Experts suggest your day job could be affecting your sleep. And sleep deprivation can have serious implications in the long run, leading to various health issues as well as impacting your work performance. Here are some ways to get a good night’s sleep while managing work:
- Say goodbye to your afternoon tea or coffee. Replace it instead with a stretch, a walk, or a caffeine-free beverage.
- Try to avoid working overtime. It can have a ripple effect on your other activities like exercise and dinner. Exercising within three hours of bedtime or eating heavy meals within two hours of bedtime can affect your sleep quality.
- Instead of catching up on your sleep over the weekend, stick to a bedtime routine daily.
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