You shouldn’t have had the coffee or the sugary cookie that late. Now you cannot sleep. But you tell yourself, “If I fall asleep now, I can get 6 hours” only to repeat the process every hour until wake time.
Now you look in the mirror and wonder who that person with the baggy eyes, wrinkles and I-do-not-even-know-how-to-describe-the-hair is. Kind of looks like you, but . . . . .
As if you needed another reason to establish healthy sleep patterns.
Now a study from Stockholm University has found that lack of sleep also affects how others view you and may even put you at a disadvantage when you’re looking for a job.
What to do?
Look for Part 2 of this article tomorrow for Sleep Improvement Suggestions.