No Screen Sleep

By Nmami Agarwal     18-Oct 2018

No Screen Sleep

Bluelight bad for sleep! The natural cycle tells us when to sleep and when to wake up, but the blue light from the electronics confuses our brain when it needs to rest. Because electronic devices are all around us, its hard to avoid their blue light. We use the screens constantly which then affect our eyes, our sleep pattern and our health. Normally the body’s pineal gland releases melatonin in the hour of going to bed. But due to the screening and the blue light, it becomes difficult for us to fall asleep. Hence, you should curfew your screen using the time to 2 hours before bed.

Screen time in the hours just before bed is problematic in a number of ways other than just hindering the sleep time. When we are engaged on the screen, for example, exciting video games, t.v. shows or even conversations can lead the brain to the release of hormones such as adrenaline. This is more difficult to fall a sleep.

The amount of screen time is directly associated with reduced sleep quality, and this seems to be an issue which does not seem to subside easily. You should limit your screen time and not use screen at all 2 hours prior to going to bed. Make your bedroom electronic free for a better sleep environment. To start from, start reducing your screen time and keep the brightness low in the phone making it darker helps you wind down.

There are bonus points for not being behind the screen, the major one apart from being healthy and sleeping good is you become more social and creative. Once you get off your screen you sit with an empty mind so you think more creative and interact.

What role do you have to play?

The first thing you do is challenge yourself for 15 days with this #15dayswithnmami. All you need to do is put yourself into practice to put off all your devices away 2 hours prior to bed, and gradually use electronics to the minimum and interact with your environment to make yourself more creative. Lights out. Phone off.

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Beets have a lovely colour, taste and texture. But beets aren’t supposed to be smoked like eggplant. You need to boil them up before smoking, else they’re going to take forever in preparation. Here is our quick and easy guide for best smoked beets recipe

Nutritional Benefits

Beetroot provides you with fibre, iron, potassium, folate and Vitamin C which is good for skin and further act as an antioxidant. It can improve exercise performance, lower blood pressure and serve as a low calorie food. It can also improve digestion and help in weight management. Thyme is a Mediterranean herb and has been traditionally used to cure diarrhoea, stomach ache and sore throat.


2 small beets

Few sprigs of thyme

1 teaspoon olive oil

1 teaspoon lemon zest

Salt- as per taste

Calorie = 112 kcal
Protein = 2.8 grams
Carbohydrates = 14.8 grams
Fat = 4.7 grams
Recommended for- High Blood Pressure and Digestion
Course- Evening Snack


Cut beets into thin slices

Put them in a saucepan, with some water. Boil until tender

Next, light your charcoal or barbecue fire

Take a large piece of foil and lay the beets in them. Brush a little olive oil and top with thyme and lemon zest.

Fold the foil and twist the ends together. Punch small holes in the foil with the help of a knife or fork.

Leave it to cook for 15-20 minutes.

Once cooked, allow it to cool and then discard the charred skin.

Toss with salt and pepper, and serve.

Over to you

Beetroot is a wonder vegetable with goodness of many nutrients. Smokey beets give the dish a distinctive taste along with the flavourful thyme herb. Do try it out!
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