Even if your days in academia are long gone, back to school season typically means a return to a more normal routine, which is good news for your health. Longer summer days are typically packed with post-work happy hours, lingering at the beach, and quite possibly, blowing off workouts and skimping on sleep.
Regular exercise and getting enough sleep are two of the best things you can do for your health, so take this opportunity to create a workout schedule and stick with a bedtime that's right for your body's needs. For a good night's rest, Sam Sugar, MD, director of sleep services at Pritikin, recommends going to bed and waking up at the same time every day (even on weekends) and skipping snacks and exercise at least one hour before bedtime.
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