Sunday Herald Sun - Body and Soul

THE INS AND OUTS OF SUMMER SLEEP

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What W to do – and what not to do – for a better snooze

DO D HAVE AN EARLY DINNER

“Try to avoid eating food too late,” la says Save. “Studies show that th a large food intake close to bedtime is associated with negative n sleeping patterns.”

DON’T DRINK CAFFEINE AND ALCOHOL

According to Save, consuming caffeinate­d or alcoholic drinks late in the day can make it harder for you to fall asleep.

DO EAT REGULAR MEALS

“Skipping meals, particular­ly breakfast, and irregular eating patterns are associated with poor sleep quality,” Save notes.

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