A good night’s sleep is as beneficial as winning a $150,000 lottery. That means you can feels like winning the lottery by just improving your sleep quality. In a popular episode of Why Are You Always Tired, Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown masterfully explain why a person might feel tired and provide some tips on how you can sleep better at night. The main causes for sleep loss are lack of exercise, eating poorly, not drinking enough water, too much coffee and alcohol dependence.
Lack of sleep is responsible for your fatigue, and can undermine economic performance. Just one hour less sleep each night can reduce household income by up to 11 per cent. You can improve your health and productivity without spending much money by getting a good night of sleep. Here are some tips for better sleep at night:
Those glasses of wine or beers before bed may also be affecting your day. Studies have found that after becoming intoxicated, while test subjects would fall asleep faster, their quality of sleep was actually much lower particularly during the second half of their night’s sleep. Ultimately alcohol reduces the amount of REM sleep you get…
According to the Gallup poll, Americans currently average 6.8 hours of sleep at night, down more than an hour from 1942. As much as 40% Americans get less than seven hours of sleep per day. Researchers have related a lack of sleep to health problems and financial issues. As a result, experts typically recommend seven to nine hours sleep for adults.
Michelle Henry says
Interesting correlation between less sleep and less money! It is even more of a reason to strive for better sleep every night. Thanks for sharing!