'I have a good friend who’s always tired. It impacts her mood, diet, and ultimately how she performs every day. When she’s not at work, she’s sleeping, and when she’s not sleeping, she’s usually lounging around, unable to expend much energy. Does this sound familiar?
It might. Most Americans have a hard time sleeping through the night. There are a number of factors at play, ultimately stopping the average American from getting a good night’s sleep. Things like stress, distractions, LCD screens, televisions in the bedroom, and too much caffeine all play a role.
A study from Oxford University is showing how the amount of light in your bedroom can also be playing a role in your health.'