Are you getting anxious about your notification in your cell phone? Or you are the one who check your mobile as a first thing after getting up and last thing before sleep? Then you are in a probable risk of numerous diseases which are the waiting for you at the other side of the so called gadget called cellphone. Falling asleep gets difficult and you keep on changing side whole night. Using cellphone at the night in low light causes a strain at your retina and may deteriorate your vision. Secondly, the bad light of screen throwing the luminous rays on your eyes can cause prevention of release of melatonin from the brain, which is required for good sleep. Prolongation of this condition may cause a state called insomnia. Insomnia can cause an altered mood, irritation, altered eating habits, lack of concentration and much more. Insomnia is one of the documented causes of weight gain. Since a sound sleep is much needed for good digestion, insomnia can cause poor digestion and invite many nutrition related issues.

How can you do Mobile detox:

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Limit your social media usage. Instead go out and meet friends personally.


Go for the early morning walk/exercise which will change your sleep cycle.Go for the early morning walk/exercise which will change your sleep Cycle.


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Switch off your phone after dinner.


If you have a habit of bed time things, read a book. If you have a habit of bed time things, read a book.


Have chamomile tea for better sleep.

Have chamomile tea for better sleep.


pokemon-1543556_640Do not hand over your phone to teenagers, they are worst affected.


Increase your physical activity which will facilitate your sleep in better way.

Increase your physical activity which will facilitate your sleep in better way.

Gagan has been treating patients with insomnia related weight gain. According to her, patients who have minimized the use of cell phone have got relief from sleep disturbances. She says that if a person gets good sleep, the next day automatically gets a kick start.

Are you still holding your phone in your hand? Think once!