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Put bluntly: the less sleep you're getting, the less likeable you are. Also, the less sleep you're getting, the less effective you are at work (Harvard University 2018) Therefore, it's important to note: time is finite, energy is not. You can't make time but you can make energy. So, what can you do? Three quick tips: quit alcohol, set an earlier bedtime, and exercise regularly.
Your post-lunch coffee, the morning Instagram browse, the night cap. These are all examples of habits that have a massive impact on the quality of our sleep. Consider how your daily rituals might be harming you and try to replace them with rituals that increase energy. For example, caffeine blocks the signals that tell our brains to sleep. Try replacing the morning coffee with cold water, skip the glass of wine after dinner, and note down the results after a week.
Your body's circadian rhythm functions on a set loop, aligning itself with sunrise and sunset. Being consistent with your sleep and waking times can aid long-term sleep quality. One study noted that participants who had irregular sleeping patterns and went to bed late on the weekends reported poor sleep. If you struggle with sleep, try to get in the habit of waking up and going to bed at similar times. After several weeks, you may not even need an alarm.
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