When It’s Your Fault
Bad sleep hygiene is a major problem for most people. In reality, we should be keeping a consistent sleep schedule but our desire to sleep in on weekends gets in the way. It can be helpful to think about sleep in a way similar to how we think about diet and exercise. All of these parts of our life are interconnected and they can all have far-reaching effects. That includes turning off electronics well before bedtime; never eating right before bed; skipping nighttime snacking; giving yourself ample time to unwind; and exercising daily. The list of best sleep practices is a little lengthy but the suggestions are not all that surprising and following them can pay off big.
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