HEALTHY LIVING
04/02/2013 08:05 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Couldn't Sleep Last Night? How To Perk Up

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By Jennifer Acosta Scott

In a perfect world, every adult would get somewhere between seven and nine hours of sleep a night -- the amount that experts say is needed for maximum health. But that doesn't always happen. Approximately 65 percent of Americans report experiencing a sleep problem at least a few times each week. But work and family obligations don't go away just because you've wrestled with insomnia the night before. If getting through a day with just a few hours of sleep is inevitable, check out these tips to help you feel better until you can hit the hay.

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"Ways To Perk Up After A Sleepless Night" originally appeared on Everyday Health.

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