Wave Stress Goodbye: Go to Bed Before Midnight
How good is sleep?! It makes us prettier, more switched, and feel day-um good.
Still, we’re guilty of not hitting the hay as early as we should, but new research by Birmingham University in the US, published in Springer's journal of Cognitive Research and Therapy might convince you otherwise.
Scientists have discovered that Repetitive Negative Thinking (bad thoughts and vibes that can become intrusive to daily life) can be linked to late bedtimes and lack of sleep, eek!
The clever researchers say that peeps who habitually go to bed from midnight to 5am are more likely to experience negative thoughts and obsessive behaviour, such as worrying – and who wants that?
Having trouble with getting shut-eye? These sleepytime goodies will make you want to jump into bed as early as poss.
ZZZ... IN STYLE
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