Study Says You Should Go To Bed Early


Sure, we know all about that “early to bed, early to rise” thing … tell that to insomniacs. But if you’re one of those night owls or someone who spends all night tossing and turning, figuring you can make up the lost hours by sleeping in the next day … well, think again. Our circadian rhythms get cues from the light in our environment and signal our bodies that it’s time to hit the hay. And we need enough daylight hours to encourage the production of melatonin, which is also pivotal to a good night’s sleep. But here’s the important thing -- the hours of sleep we get BEFORE midnight are the most important for cellular regeneration in our brains and bodies. (Real Simple)


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