Missing Out on Sleep

Sleep is the number one thing I encourage people not to slack on,” says Elizabeth Ward, PhD, a psychologist in the Boston area.”If you’re consistently getting less than enough, your body’s not working at its top level, which makes you more susceptible to feeling anxious.” Most people need to between 7 and 8 hours per night to avoid feeling more irritable, distracted, weak, and of course, tired.

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