Have you ever wondered how much noises can affect your sleep? It is more than you might expect. I was contacted to offer up my opinion on noise and sleep in Bustle.
When all that’s clattering around in the background, it can make it difficult to get enough rest. “When you are asleep, noise is your body’s first warning system to danger […] So even when you are asleep the brain is processing surrounding noise,” Jason Piper, a certified sleep coach and founder of Build Better Sleep, tells Bustle. “This can impact your sleep by preventing you from dropping down into deep sleep or interrupting it.”
While it might feel like you slept OK, it’s these deeper stages that you need in order to truly function the next day. “If you just start to drift into deep sleep and then a car alarm pops you back into a light sleep stage, chances are you are going to be tired feeling in the morning,” Piper says.
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