4 Bad Habits That Sabotage Your Sleep
Skip a few no-nos that may be sabotaging your sleep for deeper, more refreshing slumber, starting tonight.
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Scientists at the Sleep Disorders & Research Center at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit
found that consuming 400 milligrams of caffeine (equal to two to four eight-ounce cups of brewed coffee) six hours before bedtime reduced sleep by more than an hour.
Finish your java by 5 P.M. or earlier.