By Emily Weaver, Nov 17, 2022
“People will stay up late to celebrate, clean up, or just have some much-needed alone time [after] a long day of festivities and socializing,” Dr. Alex Dimitriu, Founder of Menlo Park Psychiatry & Sleep Medicine, and SleepFoundation.org. contributor said. “The trouble is that a later bedtime, alcohol, and late meals all have a negative impact on both sleep duration and sleep quality.”
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