Research shows that 23% of people have the most trouble getting to sleep on Sunday nights, meaning that by Monday morning, they’re feeling groggy and sleep-deprived. There are two basic reasons for this sleep stress. The first is the dread over the coming week – anxiety about work responsibilities or just having to get back into work mode. The second is what’s called “Sunday-Monday jetlag.” You know, where you stay up late Saturday night, sleep in Sunday, and then come Sunday night, you’re just not tired. There are things you can do to help, such as addressing work stressors and establishing a bedtime routine. Or you can just look forward to Thursday night – the night most people get to sleep easiest.