It’s easy to trace feeling groggy, foggy or just plain tired back to a number of things: poor diet, stress, noisy neighbors, or hormonal/metabolic issues. While these factors may definitely contribute to your energy levels throughout the day, your sleep habits could be the culprit too, dragging you down more than you think. We know the benefits of a good night’s sleep–and the downfalls of a bad one–and how the quality of our sleep can set the course for the day.
Good sleeping habits, like avoiding screens before bedtime, exercising during the day for better sleep and keeping your bedroom dark and quiet, are essential, but avoiding bad sleeping habits can be just as important. Perhaps the hardest habit to break? Hitting the snooze button.
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