There can be many reasons why you get up in the middle of the night, but most of them are benign. It feels good to sleep all night long.
We are a very diverse group of people, but we all love one thing: sleep. And that's how we do it every day - although not always eight hours.
Waking up feeling worse than when you went to bed can be the real nightmare. But it's easily solved.
We are well aware that not sleeping enough can have negative effects on our mind and body, but what about the opposite problem?
Traditional wisdom has told us that working out too close to bedtime can have a negative effect on our sleep – but is that truly the case?