Constantly hitting the snooze alarm button prevents you from having a better day, according to Science.
The hardest part of the day for everyone absolutely comes to when getting up in the morning. Let's be honest here, personally speaking, be it your sleepiness state of the body or your laziness to get up from your comfort zone, waking up in the morning is a real struggle.
Oh and not to mention the most irritating sound in the entire world. Of course, we're talking your alarm tone (especially if you're an iPhone user), which literally is the most depressing sound ever in existence.
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Also, it's no question here that one does not simply just get up after immediately hearing the first two seconds of your alarm clock. In fact, we are aware everyone usually sets their alarm multiple times in a row that no doubt leads you to snooze all of them the next morning.
However, doctors now suggest it's time we get rid of slamming the snooze button multiple times just to get a few extra minutes of sleep. A recent study says that doing so will only result in having an uninterrupted sleep that can't be considered to be called a well rest.
As a matter of fact, sleeping regularly for five hours straight is better than waking up multiple times during an eight-hour long sleep, because returning to sleep quickly after hitting the snooze button will prevent you from getting quality sleep.
Interrupted sleep won't just make you suffer the aftermath of low-quality rest, but in results, they can make you feel hungover throughout the day. According to neurologists, since the process of waking up can sometimes take as long as an hour, it can affect the functioning of the brain.
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Because hitting the snooze button multiple times, is only a reversing process, which makes the mind not understand what the body is doing. This further results in making you sleepy and sometimes make you feel a long lasting hungover for the rest of the day.
Whilst it might be pleasing for you to be going back to sleep since serotonin, a chemical which contributes to the production of well-being and happiness feeling in the body, is produced but the consequences of it won't be that pleasing.
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In order to avoid the feeling of hungover into the day, the best thing to do is sleep on time and wake up on one snooze. In case you're too exhausted when you open your eyes, then you might consider going back to sleep. However, if you still struggle to get up after a good night's sleep, then you should probably go see sleep specialists.