Drinking water is essential to living and is a healthy habit but is drinking water before bed healthy?
Here are a few helpful and not so helpful effects of drinking water before bedtime. Who knew, it may even help as a snoring treatment.
Here are a few facts about the benefits and the detrimental effects of drinking water before sleep:
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What is the connection between drinking water and sleep?
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So You Think You Have Sleep Apnea
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