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As delicious as a perfectly brewed cup of coffee is, we generally know that we shouldn’t pour a fresh cup after a certain time — it might keep you up at night, after all. We also know that looking at our smartphones at night can ruin our sleep. But how many of us actually put our phones away, or at least use some sort of strategy to limit blue light from screens?
Many people experience sleep problems every now and then, but how do you know when your trouble staying or falling asleep is cause for concern? The “rule of threes” can help.
Most of us have a preferred sleeping position, be it on our stomach, side or back. As it turns out, your posture in bed can be just as important as your posture in the workplace. This video from the business tutorial specialist Flikli explains all the ways your bedtime posture could be affecting your health.