Dr Oz: Is Falling Asleep Watching TV OK? Dr Michael Breus Sleep Advice

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Dr Oz: Can’t Sleep At Night?

Doctor Oz continued his discussion with Dr. Michael Breus regarding the major sleep problems people have that keep them awake at night. One of the biggest was waking up in the morning and feeling exhausted rather than well rested and ready to take on the day. Is falling asleep watching TV OK? And what can you do to get better rest each night?

What Matters More When You Sleep: Quantity or Quality?

Dr. Breus says that quality is equally as important to sleep as the quantity. He says completing an entire sleep cycle is imperative to feeling well rested and that is why we often feel worse after waking from a short nap than we did before we fell asleep because our body wasn’t allowed a full ninety minute sleep cycle.

Dr Oz: What Interrupts a Sleep Cycle?

Dr Oz: Is Falling Asleep Watching TV OK? Dr Michael Breus Sleep Advice

Dr. Michael Breus says falling asleep watching TV is actually OK, but advises you set the timer for it to automatically shut off.

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