technology and sleep

And the culture of convenience has made sleep a little bit more elusive. Sleep isn't a switch-on, switch off, kind of device. It has to be planned for. Some say, even courted. That's why I created the Bedtime Blueprint which puts all the information you need to know about planning your days for sleep in one place.
It's okay if you awaken in the middle of the night, thus sleeping in two segments. During that time, though, it is important
Why are this generation's children not getting enough sleep? Not surprisingly, technology is one culprit.
Is there any possible connection between the two? The simple answer: yes; there's too much technology inside your bedroom