Keeping Electronics Out of Your Bedroom for Better Sleep

Heidi Sloane

New Yorker living in Mexico City. Co-founder of COLAB Cold Brew and team member of Nutmeg Aspirin. Thanks to my progressive hippie parents, I've been lucky enough to have access to homeopathic and holistic doctors since I was born.

Beth Greer

Home Health Expert, Bestselling author "Super Natural Home"

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How It Works

As part of my consulting practice, I go into people's homes and figure out what in their home environment is making them ill. Many of my clients have trouble sleeping and have headaches. I discovered something very significant with an easy solution to their problems. It's about creating a safe sleep sanctuary by eliminating or drastically reducing electromagnetic fields.

 

One simple tip: see what's on the other side of the wall where your bed is situated. One client's baby wasn't sleeping. I measured the electrical field near the crib and it was sky high. What was on the other wall? A big refrigerator, giving off a hugh electrical field! We moved the crib and the baby slept well from then on. Another client was sleeping with the headboard of her bed up against the back of a refrigerator. She moved her bed and her sleep improved...dramatically. So simple!

 

For more tips go to my website bethgreer.com and look at my book Super Natural Home.

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Heidi Sloane

New Yorker living in Mexico City. Co-founder of COLAB Cold Brew and team member of Nutmeg Aspirin. Thanks to my progressive hippie parents, I've been lucky enough to have access to homeopathic and holistic doctors since I was born.

Beth Greer

Home Health Expert, Bestselling author "Super Natural Home"

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Heidi Sloane
By Heidi Sloane
1030 - Community Leader
1 year ago

My partner and I have been doing this all year – and we've noticed we've been getting better sleep. Usually, we leave our phones in the living room, but if we do bring them into the bedroom, we shut them off before going to sleep. (A bonus, aside from better sleep, is that we're not using our phones, swiping, browsing, etc. right before bed – less melatonin-inhibiting screen time!) :)

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