Caffeine Conundrum - Is Your Coffee Habit Stealing Sleep?

Caffeine Conundrum - Is Your Coffee Habit Stealing Sleep?

A recent survey has highlighted a concerning trend among Americans: over half have no specific cut-off time for consuming caffeine and often drink coffee within three hours of bedtime. Sleep expert Martin Seeley cautions against this practice, as it can disrupt sleep patterns, diminish sleep quality, and lead to increased daytime fatigue and a higher risk of insomnia. The survey also discovered that while the average bedtime is around 10 p.m., many Americans, especially in states like Indiana, Tennessee, and Virginia, consume caffeine late into the evening. With National Caffeine Awareness Month in focus, Seeley emphasizes the importance of establishing consistent sleep schedules and reducing caffeine intake before bed to improve overall sleep health.

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