You have heard the expert’s opinion; The sleep we get after pressing the report is actually unsatisfying and even counterproductive. By reporting, we activate something called the “inertia of sleep,” which makes us feel bloated, vague-minded, and unconscious.
However, as we know that the best thing to do when the alarm rings are to wake up, most of us can agree that speaking is easier than doing. In fact, new research from Sleep Junkie shows that only 0.32% of people feel alert when the alarm rings. For now, many of us press the report? About two-thirds of women pressed the newspaper and more than half of the men pressed the report. In terms of the number of times people pressed the report again – most reports hit it once or twice, but 6.31% of 5.65% of men said they pressed the report more than three times. We understand it, it’s hard not to.
But why do so many of us press the newspaper? To be honest, it’s because we don’t get enough sleep. The key to fixing it all is to rest more. Experts recommend going to bed about 30 minutes earlier to start dispelling that feeling of fatigue and always sleeping (at least) six hours a night.
If you can’t figure out how to stop pressing the alarm, here’s a tip: hide your alarm clock. It may feel silly but a persistent beep will force you out of bed and hopefully repel that lingering feeling.