It’s a common mistake for many to get up at 5 a.m. to do the dishes, but a recent study found that it actually decreases the amount of sleep that people get in a 24-hour period.
In a paper published in the Journal of Sleep Medicine, researchers at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver and Imperial College London found that those who slept in their own beds spent more time awake during the night.
“We found that people who sleep in their bedrooms spent more than twice as much time awake in the early morning compared to those who stayed in their beds,” says co-author Dr. Jennifer J. Dufour.
“That was particularly important for those people who had a high risk of being underemployed, because sleep could actually contribute to this problem.”
While it’s not yet clear exactly what causes the sleep loss, it could be related to changes in hormones like cortisol, which are elevated during the day and then released in the evening.
Researchers also found that sleep loss caused by stress and sleep deprivation can be exacerbated by physical and emotional stresses, which can also contribute to poor sleep quality.
And even if you’ve got enough sleep to get by on a couple of hours of sleep, it can be hard to fall asleep at night.
If you don’t know what’s causing you to feel sleepy, the easiest thing to do is take a deep breath and focus on your breathing.
Then just fall asleep.
The key is to make sure that your body is getting enough rest.
If your sleep schedule doesn’t match your body’s, you may be at risk for developing sleep disorders like narcolepsy, which is when your sleep is interrupted for periods of time.
That’s because the brain’s sleep-wake cycle doesn’t line up with the body’s.
And there are other sleep problems like sleep apnea and restless legs, which lead to feeling tired all night.
Even when you’re sleeping well, it’s important to make adjustments to your sleep routine to help you fall asleep and stay asleep.
Here are some tips to help sleep better: • Don’t take the nightcap pill.
This may sound obvious, but if you take a nightcap every day, you’re likely to get an elevated cortisol level in your blood.
This can lead to sleep apneas, and it can lead your body to react negatively to stress, like feeling tired and having a difficult time falling asleep.
• Use your nightcap before bed.
It’s best to use a good nightcap, but you can also use a natural sleeping mask, a cotton pad or a cloth pillow to help your body get enough rest during the early hours.
You can find a good one at your local drugstore or online.
• Avoid the evening snacks and caffeinated beverages.
They may help to increase your energy level during the evening, but it’s unlikely that you’ll get enough sleep from them.
• Don and Stay up late.
Even though it may be difficult to stay awake, your body tends to adapt and get stronger during the morning and evening, so it may not be a bad idea to be up earlier to catch up on sleep.
You’ll also be more likely to fall back asleep when you go to bed at night if you don’ t have a good reason to.