Upon grabbing your phone first thing in the morning, your body and mind may go through several changes.
Depending on your own behaviors and the kind of information you interact with on your phone, the effect may differ.
Here’s a general rundown of what transpires:
1. Dopamine release: Your brain releases dopamine when you glance at your phone and discover something fascinating or satisfying.
This neurotransmitter is linked to motivation, addiction, and pleasure.
You keep returning to your phone because of the possibility of unanticipated rewards (such a humorous meme, a message from a buddy, or a liked social media post).
2. Distraction and fragmentation: Getting on your phone as soon as you get up can cause attention fragmentation.
Your capacity to focus and pay attention to tasks throughout the day may be adversely affected by this continual juggling of various apps, messages, and information.
3. Blue light exposure: Melatonin, a hormone that controls sleep, can be suppressed by the blue light that your phone’s screen emits.
This can throw off your sleep schedule and make it more difficult for you to get to sleep at night.
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