Why You Keep Waking Up in the Middle of the Night
11 monthes ago - By Lifehack
Why is a good night of sleep so hard to achieve?
A bad night of sleep is cumulative. The side effects of a poor night of sleep carry over into the entire day leaving your brain running off fumes feeling fatigued, unable to focus and unproductive. It's frustrating trying to get tasks done when your brain is screaming at you to just fall flat onto your desk and just “take 5.”
If you're someone who finds themselves waking up at odd hours of the night with difficulty getting back to sleep or waking up not feeling refreshed and energized, then listen up because these next sections are for...
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