You told us: Sleeping with a phone in bed is more common than you think

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A Samsung Galaxy A51 displays sleep data in the Amazon Halo App on a beige chair.

Credit: Kaitlyn Cimino / Android Authority

Many of us use our phones while in bed, be it to browse the web, read an ebook, or check our social media and messaging feeds. But sleeping with the phone in bed is another matter entirely.

So we thought it would be a good idea to ask readers whether they actually slept with their phones in bed with them. Here’s what you told us.