Get Solid Sleep—or Take a Nap
Getting seven to nine hours a night is more important than most people give it credit for. Skimping can make you eat more the next day, for one. It can also raise your blood pressure. The good news is that sneaking in a 30-minute nap the day after sleeping poorly can help reverse the negative effects says a study in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.
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