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As a Yale medicine sleep physician with over 20 years of experience taking care of patients with sleep problems, I know that a lack of sleep makes people foggy, grumpy, hungry, and less attractive to others. It increases the risk of motor vehicle crashes and chronic disease. Sleep, on the other hand, makes people feel fabulous, look great, and function at peak performance and improves overall health and wellness. Here are my top 5 tips for getting your best night's sleep. Read on, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus. 1 Pick a Good Time Start with figuring out your required wake-up time during the week and try not to vary it too much on the weekends. 2 Set an Alarm—But Not the One You Think Set an alarm (on your phone if you like) 8-9 hours earlier than your desired wake-up time. When the alarm goes off, turn off light-emitting devices (e.g., cell phones, e-readers, and the like) and start to wind down by doing something relaxing. Develop a pre-bedtime routine. Avoid things like alcohol or nicotine that can impact sleep. 3 Go to Bed on Time If it takes a while to fall asleep at first, don't stress or "try" to sleep; just get up and go back to your pre-bedtime ritual until you feel drowsy. RELATED: COVID Symptoms Usually Appear in This Order, Study Finds 4 Don't Hit Snooze If you set a morning alarm, set it for when you need to get up. Don't use the snooze button before your wake-up time, as this will just fragment your morning sleep. A morning walk outdoors, exercise, and/or breakfast with some protein can help strengthen your circadian rhythm. Start to cut down on caffeine, especially after noon. 5 It's OK to Nap! If, for some reason, you aren't able to get enough sleep one night, it's perfectly fine to nap in the day. Just keep it relatively short (20 minutes) to avoid waking groggy and relatively early in the day (before 3 PM) to avoid making it harder to fall asleep at night.RELATED: 7 Side Effects of Wearing a Face Mask 6 Why Your Best Night's Sleep is So Important Sleep deprivation is associated with decreased attention, prolonged reaction time, decreased vigilance, increased errors, decreased memory and learning, worse physical performance, and impaired mood. Medical disorders associated with lack of sleep or sleep disorders include obesity, type II diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, and depression, among others. Sleep deprivation has been linked to major disasters such as the Exxon Valdez oil spill, but also increases the risk for motor vehicle crashes and work-related accidents. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that drowsy driving may result in up to 6,000 fatal crashes each year. Adequate sleep enhances attention, vigilance, performance, mood, learning, and memory and is critical for optimal health and wellness.And to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.Janet Hilbert, MD is a Yale Medicine sleep expert and assistant professor of clinical medicine at Yale School of Medicine.
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This just in: McDonald's is bringing back its legendary McRib sandwich—but only for a limited time.Described as "saucy, tangy, tender, and shamelessly delicious," the McRib sandwich will return to McDonald's menu this week on Dec. 2. For the first time in nearly a decade, it will also be served nationwide. (Related: The 7 Healthiest Foods to Eat Right Now.)"The McRib has been a beloved menu item at McDonald's since its inception nearly 40 years ago," Linda VanGosen, vice president of menu innovation, said in a statement. "There's nothing quite like the taste of the McRib. To our customers, it's become more than a delicious, saucy moment … It's a season, and it's taking the internet by storm. That's why this year, we're proud to serve the McRib nationwide for everyone to enjoy."In former years, the McRib has come back to menus at select McDonald's locations only. The beloved sandwich, which debuted in the early '80s, hasn't been served at all restaurants since 2012. Last year, for example, the McRib could only be found in just over 10,000 U.S. locations. For context, there are roughly 14,400 in the U.S. McDonald's customers in Germany, however, get to enjoy the McRib year-round.While the sandwich will sadly only be available for a short time, the chain rolled out new breakfast items not too long ago that are here to stay, including the Apple Fritter, Blueberry Muffin, and the Cinnamon Roll. Similar to the McRib, the new treats are the first pastry items to join the menu in nearly a decade. And you can soon get one free every day for an entire week.For more on McDonald's, be sure to read 7 Healthiest McDonald's Orders, According to a Dietitian.
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