Spending more time in bed does not confer any benefits in work productivity, earnings, sense of well-being or even lowered blood pressure.
Scientists -according to the statement- proved that daytime naps tend to be more beneficial, as they contribute to improving the process of cognition, efficiency, decision-making and well-being in a general sense.
Sleeping more hours does not equate to greater well-being, an aspect that is closely linked to the quality of sleep,’ the source emphasized.
Regarding the quality of sleep, the Mayo Clinic scientific website suggested to review drugs and supplements that people take.
Avoid drinking fluids up to two hours before going to bed to reduce times going to the bathroom, and keep the environment as dark as possible.
Liquors help to fall asleep, once the effect wears off, the person is more likely to wake up during the night.
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