Have you, or someone you know ever had too much to drink? it happens to the best of us, and typically, the “over indulger” is reminded of the error of their ways the following morning with a hangover. But did you know that you can also get a sleep hangover?
When asked about sleep schedules, Harvard Medical School says that “going to bed and waking up at the same time each day sets the body’s "internal clock" to expect sleep at a certain time night after night. Try to stick as closely as possible to your routine on weekends to avoid a Monday morning sleep hangover.
Waking up at the same time each day is the very best way to set your clock, and even if you did not sleep well the night before, the extra sleep drive will help you consolidate sleep the following night.”