A Smartphone And A Child’s Sleep – Part 3 of 3
Dr David Dunkin, an assistant professor of pediatrics at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City, agreed. “There is a lot of compelling data, in both adults and adolescents, that tiny screens disrupt sleep cycles. And this may have an impact on long-term health. More studies paucity to be done to look at all of the variables together”. Meanwhile pediatricians should share and support the academy’s advice when talking with parents about the presence of TVs and small screens neosize.