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Don't sleep in on the weekend


ūüí§Sleeping in on weekends can actually make you more tired!

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Your circadian clock regulates the timing of alertness and sleepiness throughout the day.

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After a week of early mornings and late nights, our natural reaction is to crave more sleep on the weekends. However, sleeping in late disrupts the balance between our sleep drive and the circadian clock, which can result in disrupted sleep, causing crankiness, grogginess.

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So, what should you do if you want to sleep more, but you don't want to disrupt your sleeping cycle?

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Try POWER NAPSūüėī

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On the weekends try to eliminate the concept of sleeping in late, wake up at your normal time and replace that snooze time with an afternoon nap. As with all things sleep, balance is essential. Without causing a disruption in your natural pattern, there are 3 optimal nap times; 20 min, 60 min and 90 min naps.

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