Sleeping in on weekends only seems like a dreamy idea. “Wide variations in your get-out-of-bed time can throw off your sleep-wake cycle, putting you at risk for insomnia,” says Joseph Ojile, M.D., director of the Clayton Sleep Institute in Maplewood, MO. If you’re dying to sneak in extra rest, keep it to within an hour of your weekday wake-up time.
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