According to the International Business Times, science reveals that sleeping in is OK and might be a solution for a healthier, happier self.
Sleeping in improves mood
People usually feel tired come afternoon, and Mike Kramer of Spark People has the probable answer why. He suggests that feeling tired at the middle of the day is direct result of an individual’s waking pattern.
While gulping on coffee to kickstart your early day can give you a boost, Kramer said that the energy is only short-lived, citing a research conducted at the Duke University Medical Centre. Kramer then suggests that in order for an individual avoid the adrenaline rush and subsequent, inevitable crash during the day, one must wake up naturally and not force oneself to get up just to get the work done.