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Millions of People Hit the Snooze Button Every Morning. Here's Why Science Says That's a Problem

Millions of People Hit the Snooze Button Every Morning. Here's Why Science Says That's a Problem

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The Snooze Button Isn't a Tool. It's a Warning

The snooze button solves a simple problem: Instead of having to go through a bunch of steps to re-set your alarm when it goes off in the morning, you just give it one touch and you gain a few more precious minutes of sleep.

But that's not really why the snooze button exists.

No matter how busy you feel, pick a number  (7 hours) and work backward. If you need to get up at 6:30, that means falling asleep by 11:30.

Stop drinking caffeine sometime in the afternoon. Stop using your devices about 30 minutes before you need to fall asleep.  Then shut off the ligh...

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