Could Sleeping in Be Bad for You?

Ah, Saturday morning. 7 am passes as you’re wrapped up in your sheets like a joyful sleeping burrito. The sun rises, but it’s not like you’re aware, or even like you would care if you were. This is a day for crawling out of bed at 9 am, whereupon you stumble around for a coffee and enjoy leisurely reading the paper for an hour before making breakfast and getting on with the day. And who knows? If it’s been a late night you may even find yourself heading back to your sleeping burrito-cave for a luxurious afternoon nap.

Yessir, sleeping in on the weekend, that’s what it’s all about. Go ahead and revel in it! But before you do, allow us to tell you why it’s bad for you — because since when have any of us enjoyed the little things without a healthy dose of guilt? Read on!

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