Sleep Is Key, But Are You Getting Too Much? Here's What to Know About Oversleeping
You know those mornings when you wake up feeling groggy or with a headache and head straight for the coffee pot, because you simply need caffeine to get your day started? We've all been there. It's obvious how detrimental it is to get too little sleep. Not only can being sleep-deprived cause your productivity to drop, it can also lead to mood swings, bad skin, and feeling drowsy during the day.
But what about the other end of the spectrum: sleeping too much? Is it possible that oversleeping can have negative health impacts too, and is it a sign of something else if you're getting the recommended seven to nine hours a night and still feeling tired? Here's what the experts say.