It’s good to know that, that feeling of grogginess which follows an incomplete sleep we sometimes get in the morning can be combated successfully. Sleep inertia declines our mental alertness, as it affects our actions for more than 30 mins after waking up.
Often, most of us battle with the grogginess from sleep inertia. Have a look at the infographic below, created by mybedframes, containing ways to help combat morning grogginess and feel more awake.
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