Parents turn to tech for extra 1hour 30 mins sleep per night
Parents across the UK are damaging their children’s sleep patterns by relying on technology to get them off to sleep, a new report has found.
More than half (52 per cent) of parents surveyed use electronic devices to help occupy their child.
The average parent gets 2 hours extra sleep per night whilst their child is occupied with electronic devices, according to the OnePoll survey for blinds-hut.co.uk.
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