A Drink Before Bed Interferes With Your Sleep

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By Molly Clifton

Drinking alcohol before bed might help you fall asleep faster, but according to researchers it interferes with a good night’s sleep.

London’s Sleep Center says alcohol helps a person get into a deep sleep for a longer period of time, but it reduces REM sleep.

Doctors say a lack of REM sleep, which is rapid eye movement sleep, can lead to poor concentration and memory.
 



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