I rise above this temptation by leaving my phone in my purse when I get home. I use the time to prep my bedtime ritual. I remind myself of the dreaded blue lights if my mind tries to confuse me towards my phone and I visualise the morning struggle to get off the bed. By the time I'm done, I feel ready to snooze so there is little or no time to check the phone. Its not very easy but I practise it.
Second there is a few tips you can follow it to stop sit on the phone before go to bed:
1. Keep your phone far away from you, and that's will help you to wake up fast also if you wake up by your alarm .
2. You can find in the sitting smth called sleep system, mange it and that's will help you .
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