Tuesday, November 13, 2012


Limit your caffeine as much as possible so that you’ll be able to reach the deeper levels of sleep. Caffeine has a half-life of 6 hours That means that if you have 200 mg of coffee at noon, approximately 100 mg will still be in your system at 6PM and 50 mg at midnight. Regardless of whether you think your body is immune to caffeine or not, it does negatively impact your sleep. Since sleep is one of the primary tools that the body uses to build and recharge the immune system, this can’t be over-emphasized. If you need lots of caffeine to function, it’s a warning sign of a sleep deficit. If you are able to go to sleep immediately after consuming caffeine, it’s most often an indication of exhaustion and/or a blood sugar issue, and the negative effect on deep sleep remains.
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