The science of sleep

"Your sleep habits can have both short-term and long-term biological consequences. If you consistently practice poor sleep hygiene, you may be increasing your risk for a variety of conditions like heart disease and depression. Poor sleep hygiene can also creep into your personal and professional life.

What's unique about EarlyBirdy is that it takes into account the digital lifestyle that is actually hindering the quality of life of many students and working professionals. With its low-tech, non-invasive approach, EarlyBirdy takes you closer to reaching a healthier and more rejuvenated version of yourself."  

Physicians, scientists, and sleep experts agree that using your phone before bedtime and snoozing in the morning are both terrible habits that could be harming your mental and physical health. 

Learn more about the science of sleep from these articles below:

Your phone’s snooze button is bad for your mental health, says expert
Snooze button is more harmful than helpful, doctors say
Most scientists say you shouldn't hit the snooze button
Is the snooze button bad for you?
How using your phone at night can impact your health
Don't take your smartphone to bed if you want a good night's sleep
Blue light has a dark side
6 Ways That Night-time Phone Use Destroys Your Sleep