But with comfort also come disadvantages.Have you even considered taking the TV out of the bedroom? But even if you can set a timer for the TV so it can shut down after you fall asleep, you often refuse to do so.
How can you tell your children that they can’t stay up late watching TV when this is exactly what you’re doing in your room? Set a good example for the kids by removing your TV and theirs from the bedroom. During the day there’s also something more important you have to take care of instead of sitting down and talking with your partner. Just consider this: if you take the TV out of the bedroom you suddenly have a lot of free space you can use for something else.
I’m sure you’ve noticed that the TV attracts tons of dust. Dust is very bad, especially in the bedroom where everything has to be clean so you can relax and have a tranquil sleep.
When you read, the eyes get tired faster and you fall asleep, which is great for you in the evening after a long day full of events.
Maybe you’re not noticing now, but the TV in your bedroom consumes a lot of energy, especially if it stays on all night. The TV creates a sense of comfort and it often makes you forget or postpone certain problems you might have in the family. If the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning is to turn on the TV then you have a problem.