Posted by Brus Amy on Saturday, 22 February, 2020 12:29:28
A small and preliminary study suggests that caffeine does more than serve as an eye-opener: When consumed a few hours before bed, the most widely consumed psychoactive drug in the world seems to
There have been many sleep studies done where subjects consume caffeine throughout various parts of the day and then are monitored to see how it affects their sleep cycle. This study proves that drinking a cup zero, three, and six hours before bedtime disrupted the sleep cycle of the subjects even
A study conducted by sleep scientists tested how caffeine affects sleep when consumed at different times. They found that caffeine consumed up to 6 hours before bedtime had a significant effect on sleep quality. Participants who drank caffeine 6 hours before bed (and later) spent a lot of time awake at night.
Children and women who are nursing or pregnant should avoid caffeine. People who are taking any prescription medication should talk to their doctors before consuming caffeine. Knowing the caffeine content of your food and drinks can help you keep caffeine intake at a healthy level so you can still reap the benefits of a good night's sleep. Coping
The latest time you can drink coffee before bed will ultimately depend on when you'd normally turn in for the night, but experts generally suggest you stay away from caffeine anywhere from six to
Caffeine consumed 0, 3, and 6 hours before bedtime significantly reduced total sleep time. Even caffeine consumed 6 hours before bed reduced total nightly sleep amounts by more than 1 hour.