As new parents, we long for the day our babies will sleep through the night so we can return to full nights of blissful slumber but, as we age, those uninterrupted nights of sleep go the way of our babies' cribs and onesies.
A distant memory.
Whether it's caffeine, worry, or a full bladder that interrupts our sleep, a lot of us aren't getting enough of it. According to a 2016 Consumer Reports survey, nearly one third of us struggle to fall asleep or stay asleep most nights, while more than two thirds of us had trouble sleeping at least once a week.
Can you remember the last time you slept through the night? Perhaps one of these things is the culprit.
With the myriad health benefits associated with a good night's sleep, I hope it's not too long before you're sleeping like a baby.