How to Completely Detox Your Sleep Routine

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You already know that you need to eat more plants and move more often to be healthy. You might have even tried a workout challenge or a clean-eating diet, whether your goals are more energy, better skin, or living longer and happier. 

But sleep (specifically 7-9 hours of quality sleep) also plays a major role in our health and is often overlooked when trying to reach health goals. Dr. Sanam Hafeez, a neuropsychologist at Colombia University, says that lack of sleep and health issues go hand in hand. “Sleep can help prevent cardiovascular problems, improve mood, increase learning and memory, and prevent weight gain.”

Thanks to factors like stress at work, overexposure to light, and Netflix binges (curse you, Love is Blind!), more people are relying on coffee just to get through their day (forget about optimizing health). To fully achieve your health goals, you need 7-9 hours…

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