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Don't Change Your Routine on The Weekends

Don't Change Your Routine on The Weekends

Consistency is key. So try to keep a consistent bedtime and wake-up time—even on the weekends. Sleep specialists recommend that you keep a consistent sleep schedule even on weekends and holidays. This is because our brains thrive on routine. If you do need to change up your schedule, stay within one hour of your usual bedtime and wake-up time whenever possible.

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