Booze and Sleep Don't Mix

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Consuming even a moderate amount of alcohol an hour before bed has been shown to reduce melatonin production, which can disrupt the sleep-wake cycle.

Alcohol also harms sleep by causing new sleep disorders or worsening existing ones. Leading relaxation of head ,nick, and throat muscles, which might interfere with breathing during sleep leading to more frequent trips to the bathroom. Increasing the risk of sleep walking or sleep eating. For those who enjoy a drink in the evening , share these tips with them to avoid sleep problems.

Have your last drink three to four hours before bed. Try to drink more water with every alcoholic beverage. Eat a light snack before bed.

Sleep Savvy!


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