Sleep deprivation can lead to 'significant' health risks – 'Serious and far-reaching'

By refraining from using electronic devices in the lead up to sleep, you’re more likely to fall asleep more quickly.

People are also recommended by the Sleep Foundation to avoid drinking alcohol at night, which can disrupt the sleep cycle.

Moreover, caffeine should be avoided as soon as noon, as the stimulant can “stick around in your system for several hours”.

As for naps, these too should be limited to the early afternoon – and for no more than 30 minutes.


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