|Many people sleep with its Smartphone|
A good book, TV, or even a doudou, all ways to fall asleep quietly? Not so sure. According to a survey published Thursday, and by the Kaspersky Lab anti-virus software Editor, 20% of the French consider essential to sleep with their Smartphone beside the bed. This study, conducted with 2.478 users of this type of mobile in France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, United Kingdom and Germany, to put it forward. The surveyed, interviewed on "objects" they most need at bedtime, place their laptop behind the alarm clock, but TV. Regulars of this practice, include the French that are 20% to require their phone, behind the British (22%), but before the Portuguese, Germans, Italians and Spaniards (16 to 19%). The British arrive in mind when it comes to put reading first. They are 41% to take a book in their room when going to bed, against 24% of the French or 15% of the Portuguese. Television is still essential to 25% of the Portuguese when it is time to bed, 17% of the Spanish or French, and 13% of the British. The respondents, so major, still are 2-5% to need their plush preferred in their rooms at sleep.