Sleep Sabotage

Are you getting enough sleep? It seems to be a constant question in life. Knowing how much sleep you need seems to be a major learning curve for us too. For me its about 7.5 hours, which took me several months of practice and analysis in 2020 to figure out.

Late nights can be a form of sleep sabotage – where our actions can drastically impact our sleep, often in a negative way.

Check out this great article over at Huffpost for some insight into this topic:

The Sleep Saboteurs: Why Staying Up Late Is Bringing Us Down | HuffPost UK Life (huffingtonpost.co.uk)

“This much we do know: stress and anxiety release cortisol which makes sleeping much harder; but get less sleep and your stress levels increase.”

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