Don't sleep in if you can help it. Almost more than actual sleep, your body craves consistency and not being woken up in the middle of a sleep cycle. If you're up late, set your alarm for your usual time and try to get as many uninterrupted cycles as possible; try to take a nap the afternoon before or after.
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