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While alcohol might help you to fall asleep more quickly, it interferes with the quality of your sleep. Alcohol can cause disruptions in your sleep patterns which may prevent you from reaching the restful stages of sleep. As a result, you may still wake up feeling tired even after a full night's sleep.
This isn't just applicable to large quantities of alcohol, the consumption of relatively small amounts of alcohol can interfere with your body's natural sleep patterns.
So how does this happen? When you drink alcohol, it causes your body to produce more of the hormone melatonin, which helps regulate your sleep-wake cycle. However, as the alcohol begins to wear off, your body's production of melatonin decreases, leading to lighter, less restful sleep. This can cause you to wake up during the night and feel groggy and tired the next morning.
The good (or not so good!) news is that by avoiding alcohol completely you can improve the quality of your sleep and as a result feel more rested and alert during the day. Plus, it has additional benefits, such as improving your overall health, reducing your risk of chronic diseases, and even helping you lose weight.
So why not give it a try? Here are some tips to help you cut back on alcohol and improve your sleep:
In addition to these tips, there are other things you can do to improve your sleep and minimise the negative effects of alcohol on your sleep. For example, you can:
Remember, a good night's sleep is essential for your overall health and well-being. Try cutting back on alcohol and see how it improves your sleep. With a little effort and some simple changes to your habits, you can improve your sleep and feel better rested and more energetic. For more tips check out our post How To Sleep Better