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Drinking coffee or caffeinated tea before bed may not keep you awake — even if you have insomnia
Drinking coffee or tea just before bed does not affect quality of sleep of people with insomnia, a new study has found.The study found that nicotine and alcohol, however, did disrupt sleep, with a pre-bed cigarette taking 42 minutes off total duration of sleep for study participants.
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Drinking coffee or caffeinated tea before bed may not keep you awake — even if you have insomnia
Drinking coffee or tea just before bed does not affect quality of sleep of people with insomnia, a new study has found.The study found that nicotine and alcohol, however, did disrupt sleep, with a pre-bed cigarette taking 42 minutes off total duration of sleep for study participants.
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