No, not yet, read this first.
The reason I’m telling you this is that it’s good advice if you want a good night’s sleep.
I have read many times on Lifehacker that staring at devices that emit blue light before going to bed can disrupt your sleep patterns but had never tried it. I have, however, been complaining for years that I often felt tired during the day no matter how much sleep I got. Of course this can be a symptom of many other physical and psychological problems but having remembered the advice to switch off the computer, tablet, TV and so on and do something else like reading or listening to music I thought I’d give it a go.
The problem is that these bright light emitting devices cause the brain to stay alert and it is worse with computers which are typically close to your face, how close depends on what you’re looking at.
So far for me the results are encouraging and I feel significantly better. If however you try this but don’t see any benefit and continue to suffer excessive tiredness then consult your doctor.
Night all, sleep well.