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‘I’m a Neuroscientist, and This Is Exactly How Alcohol Ruins Your Sleep’

A glass of wine serves to help you wind down after a long day at work, but it's not doing you any favors in the bedroom. When you stop drinking alcohol, not only does your mood improve and your skin clear up, but your sleep quality may also get better. Although many people rely on a glass of wine to relax and fall asleep, even just one drink greatly diminishes the quality of that sleep, says neuroscientist Kristen Willeumier, PhD.

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    ‘I’m a Neuroscientist, and This Is Exactly How Alcohol Ruins Your Sleep’

    ‘I’m a Neuroscientist, and This Is Exactly How Alcohol Ruins Your Sleep’

    A glass of wine serves to help you wind down after a long day at work, but it's not doing you any favors in the bedroom. When you stop drinking …

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