It’s no secret that drinking coffee shortly before bedtime disrupts sleep, but a new study suggests that caffeine can actually affect our body’s internal clock, pushing back our natural rhythms by nearly an hour.
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- How much coffee you need is genetic trait
Do the benefits outweigh the lack of sleep?