“It doesn’t help anything, and it can have negative effects,” she said. “That is just not information that’s going to do me any good. Might as well just go back to bed, try to relax and try to get some sleep.”
Haight said finding time to sleep is a basic self-care task, like eating food. If there’s something messed up with that, she said, then someone isn’t taking care of himself or herself on a fundamental level.
“Sleep is a fundamental, basic kind of self-care,” she said. “And if we don’t take care of ourselves in these basic ways, then taking care of yourself in more frivolous ways is kind of pointless.”
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