It’s 3 a.m. after a long day of classes or work and there’s an early start to the day tomorrow. But you’re on Netflix. Or scrolling through Tik Tok. Or you’re making a snack while you slide down a YouTube rabbit hole. Whatever it is, you know you’ll regret it in the morning, but you just want some quiet time to yourself.
In June 2020, journalist Daphne K. Lee named this behaviour “revenge bedtime procrastination.” It’s a new term, but it’s just one more bad habit added to the age-old problem of lack of sleep.
NAIT counsellor Caren Anderson says that if we want to improve our health, sleep is one of the first places to start.
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