A smart watch might be your best option. It can take time getting used to sleeping with something on your wrist but I would recommend giving it a try
I use my Apple Watch and an app called pillow. I charge my watch while I’m driving to work instead of at night. I’ve also found my Apple Watch to be very useful because I can use it to listen to audio books, or to “Calm” meditations without having to have my phone near me at night. I use a pair of Bluetooth headphones connected to the Apple Watch and it works very well. If you don’t have an Apple Watch a cheap Fitbit, or many other fairly cheap fitness trackers out there will track sleep but my favorite is the Apple Watch. It’s a great tool to keep you away from your phone but still be able to answer emergency texts or phone calls if your trying to get rid of a phone addiction as well
- I can’t seem to disconnect from Social Media at night.
- I would like to put my phone in another room at night, but I am afraid my mom or daughter might have an emergency in the night and try to call me, and u wouldn’t be able to hear the phone. Is it OK to just turn off WiFi, and maybe plug my phone in on the other side of room by my bed, so I won’t have tibe tempted to turn WiFi back on and look at internet?
- When do you locate your phone at night to recharge so that it is not by your bed but still convenient to check off your morning and evening routines?
- How to stop to use so much my phone !!!!?
- what are some things i can do when i’m disconnecting and unplugging?
- Is having a blue light filter on your phone good enough as not using the phone at all before bed?
- What is the hardest part of “disconnecting” for you?
- Do you have any tips on how to stay focused when you have to use your phone/computer for school work?
- Can anyone conduct their business affairs without a phone with the proper accomodation?
- How do I stop reaching for the phone when I’m eating? It seems to be an unconscious thing I do!