Why You Should Give Up Trying to be a Morning Person
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“The problem is that modern society too often prevents us from living in sync with our circadian clocks—we override them by not going to bed or waking up when our bodies tell us to... This disruption can affect our physical health and even athletic performance.“
The title of this article caused me to assume it’d be an easy one to skim and skip - nothing too important to share here. I was wrong.
Just last night I was speaking with my folks about how we’ve personally experienced noticeable impacts of poor sleep patterns on our mood, wakefulness and working memory. This article confirms much of our observations and provides information I will surely be using.