You’ll sleep better
“A lot of people will say that alcohol puts them to sleep. Technically that’s true, you’re going to sleep, but that sleep is not as deep or effective,” Delbridge says. A recent study in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research found that drinking before bed increased the kind of brain waves that usually occur when you’re awake but resting—meaning you’re getting a disrupted, not restful, night’s sleep. Even though you may have difficulty falling asleep at first, cutting your alcoholic beverage at dinner will help you wake up feeling rested and rejuvenated. Here are some signs you’re not sleeping deeply enough.
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