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Brewing Better Sleep: Maximizing Your Coffee Consumption

Coffee consumption has a significant impact on sleep and cultural practices. It is important to stop drinking coffee at least six hours before bedtime, consume it in the morning 2-3 hours after waking up, and consider the effects of cortisol and melatonin on our circadian rhythms.

Remedy for disrupted sleep due to late coffee consumption includes meditation, reading, walking, phone on airplane mode, temperature, and white noise. Finland tops the list of global coffee consumption, and the traditional time to drink is in the morning.

Proper timing and cultural significance can enhance our coffee consumption experience. In conclusion, this article highlights the importance of being aware of coffee’s effects and adapting our consumption patterns for better overall sleep quality.

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