“Sunlight in the morning affects your circadian rhythm, setting your body clock for the day and signaling you that it’s time to wake up,” Dr. Jeff Rodgers, DMD, D-ABDSM, D-ASBA, a sleep expert and dental sleep medicine practitioner, tells Bustle. This is likely to happen even if you’re feeling tired, and even if you’d really like to continue sleeping in. For most of us, falling back asleep in the daylight just won’t feel right.
December 20, 2019
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