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Instead, we’re setting ourselves up to feel less alert and productive for the rest of the day.
That’s because, when we hit the snooze button repeatedly, we’re doing two negative things to ourselves:
We’re fragmenting our sleep, so it’s poor quality.
Secondly, we’re starting to go through a new sleep cycle that we won’t have time to finish. And that can lead to grogginess that lasts ALL DAY.
But here’s the real problem – if we have to use the snooze button it means we’re not getting enough sleep on a daily basis. The only real fix is to make sleep a priority and go to bed earlier.