Sleep Disorder Tip #06-004
Many people would like to think that they can enjoy a caffeinated drink anytime of the day
and that it doesn't affect their sleep. Research has shown time and time again that caffeine as a stimulant can make it difficult to sleep
and that it affects your sleep cycle.
More and more people are choosing to <i>avoid caffeine</i> intake up to 4 hours prior to their regularily scheduled bedtime. This
avoidance of caffeine includes black tea, chocolate and cola drinks.
When you stop drinking caffeine 4 hours before your bedtime you can more readily fall asleep at your scheduled bedtime. The extra rest that
you will likely get will lessen your desire for caffeine related stimulants throughout the day.
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