The best time to sleep and wake up

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Are you the kind of a person who gets to bed at past midnight and wake up to go to work at5am, or do you wake up at the same time you sleep every day.

Well, research has confirmed that inefficient sleeping pattern could be affecting your everyday life.

Pasha life brings to you insights on when to go to bed and wake up for your better day.

According Professor Colin Espie at Nuffield Department of Clinical Neuroscience at the University of Oxford, a comfort day is defined by a similar pattern (personal) employed each and everyday one gets to bed and wake up.

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“Getting into the habit of a pattern that works well for your personal comfort is the best strategy. We know from experience that everyday will be different, as a result of early meetings or lifestyle changes.”

He asserts that poor or insufficient sleep can affect everything in our day-to-day life, including how we interact with people.

“Poor or insufficient sleep can affect everything in our day-to-day life, from our mood and how we interact with people to our productivity at work.”

He adds that different people have different habits and one should therefore, not stick to one idea concerning bed time.

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“It’s important not to get stuck on the idea of one bedtime that suits all, because different individuals can have different chronotypes. Most of us sit in the middle between being an early bird or a night owl, but there are people who are on either extreme of this.”

The key thing to discovering bed time and time to rise is to "discover what you personally need and then make this a recurring habit.”

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