Read Before Bed Without Affecting Sleep

According to a recent article in the Los Angeles Times, sleep experts say that reading on closely-held backlit screens before bed inhibits melatonin production, which is critical for a good night’s sleep. “The take-home lesson is that insomnia and electronic gadgets emitting light should not [be] mixed before bedtime…Kindle is better for your sleep.”

What Customers Say About Kindle‘s Electronic Ink Display

“My first impression of Kindle’s screen was: ‘That’s a screen?! It doesn’t look like a screen.’… It looks like a book page, only perfect. No grain or pulp.”—Jeremy

“I love how the screen really looks like a page, because I do work at a computer all day, and the last thing I want to look at is another screen.”—Amy P

“I found the contrast to be soothing and I was able to read in direct sunlight with no glare.”—M. H

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