9 Surprising Habits That Can Ruin Your Sleep

 Late-Night Screen Time

The glow of screens from phones, tablets, and computers emits blue light, which can suppress melatonin production, making it harder for you to fall asleep.

 Inconsistent Sleep Schedule

Aim for a consistent sleep schedule, even on weekends, to help regulate your circadian rhythm and promote better sleep.

Caffeine Consumption

 Limit caffeine intake in the afternoon and evening to avoid interfering with your ability to fall asleep.

Overlooking Bedroom Environment

 Create a calming environment by keeping your bedroom cool, dark, and free of distractions to encourage restful sleep.

Heavy Meals Before Bed

Indulging in large or spicy meals close to bedtime can cause discomfort and indigestion, disrupting your sleep.

Excessive Napping

While short naps can be rejuvenating, lengthy or irregular napping during the day may interfere with nighttime sleep.

Lack of Physical Activity

Regular physical activity, even if it's a brief walk, can promote better sleep. Aim for at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise most days of the week.

Ignoring Stress Management

Incorporate stress-reducing activities into your routine, such as meditation or deep breathing exercises, to promote relaxation before bedtime.

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