Daylight Saving Time is ended this past weekend, which means you got an extra hour of sleep on Saturday night. Right??
That’s GOOD . . . because in a new survey on sleep, 21% of people say they “rarely or never” wake up feeling well-rested. That usually means you actually AREN’T well-rested. You’re not spending enough time in bed . . . or you aren’t getting enough quality sleep when you are.
People were asked about their “worries” at bedtime that might be keeping them up, and inflation is #1 for the second year in a row. Covid is second, followed by gun violence . . . climate change . . . and politics.
Our #1 worst sleep habit is: Going to bed at different times every night. The second-worst habit is “screen-time in bed” . . . followed by eating too much right before bed . . . falling asleep with the TV on . . . and pulling all-nighters.