Thanks To Science, Mornings Can Now Be Easier

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The effects of a good night’s sleep have been highly investigated throughout the years. Falling asleep and waking up are brain processes that are not fully understood by science, but research does suggest these transitions are more gradual than the flip of a switch. Sleep has a typical structure, cycling in and out of lighter and deeper stages throughout the night. All stages are important and if disrupted, waking up in the morning can be difficult. Everyday habits have proven to affect sleep, such as bright light in the morning resetting your body clock in a positive way or eating a large meal before bed putting pressure on your esophageal sphincter and causing heartburn. Science has determined a number of practices to help us get better sleep, and a lot of it is as easy as cutting down on alcohol or watching our stress levels.

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