Thursday, May 7, 2015


Do you remember the old saying, "Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise."? There may be some truth to that. British researchers questioned around 1,100 adults about their bedtime/sleep habits and found that those who go to bed early and get up early are happier and calmer than those who go to bed late and hit the snooze button.

Late bedtimes reduce the quality of your sleep because they throw off your internal body clock. This prevents you from getting into the deeper stages of sleep that allow you to feel fully rested, according to the study author Jorge Huber, Ph.D. He suggests moving your bedtime to as little as 30 minutes earlier can make a difference.

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