Many people use alcohol as way to combat insomnia, assuming that one or two glasses of wine before bed is a good fix. While alcohol will help you feel drowsy at the time, it actually has a negative impact on the overall quality of sleep.
According to experts, a few drinks before bed can help you fall asleep more quickly, alcohol induced sleep isn’t as refreshing because it throws off your body’s circadian rhythm.
Affecting your natural sleep wake cycle, sleep may be disrupted and could even have an effect on the quality of sleep in the nights to follow.
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