Woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning? Or went to bed early hoping you could catch up on some zzz’s but instead feel like you lost some? The morning after a bad night’s sleep is rocky to say the least. How we long for the times when we drifted off to dreamland instantly and woke up feeling ready to take the day.
This isn’t an isolated issue; you and more than 20 million Americans suffer from intermittent sleep problems every year. Studies are starting to realize the odds of being sleep deprived has only increased in the past 30 years. With digital technology and blurred lines between work and home, it’s no surprise why. But that still doesn’t take away from the fact that we also need quality sleep. It also doesn’t expand on a number of other plausible sleep thieves.
If you’ve been robbed of sleep lately, it’s not only getting in the way of your day, it’s also risky for your overall health and wellbeing. We’ll get into the most common reasons behind a bad’s night’s sleep below. And then hopefully you can get to the bottom of it before it gets worse.
9 reasons you might be getting poor sleep