Alcohol may be robbing you a good night rest. Here's a reason to celebrate dry-people are likely to sleep better. A pole by American academy of Sleep Medicine reveals nearly seven in ten Americans reported losing sleep because they had a drink too close to bed time, according to a Nov.29 Medical express article. Adult between the ages of 35 and 44 most likely to drink late (78%), and men are more likely than women to report losing sleep due to drinking (75% vs.60%)
While you might think alcohol helps you sleep, there are negative effects to having a drink close to bedtime. Alcohol can fragment your sleep , leading to more frequent awakenings during the second half of night.
(Sleep Savvy Magazine)