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Sugary, Caffeinated Drinks Could Cost You Sleep

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  • People who slept five or fewer hours a night drank more sugar-sweetened caffeinated beverages than people who slept longer
  • It’s not known if the sugary, caffeinated drinks are keeping people awake or if lack of sleep drives people to reach for more soda and energy drinks
  • Both lack of sleep and consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages increase your risk of metabolic disease

By Dr. Mercola

Sleep is a rare commodity for many Americans. While some deliberately miss out on sleep by staying up late to binge-watch their favorite TV shows and others are kept up due to financial worries, relationship problems and other forms of stress, many others lie awake in bed for reasons that are difficult to pinpoint.

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