The Morning After Drinking: Why You Feel Anxious

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On ‘What’s Trending,’ hosts Patricia Wu, Jessica Reyes, and guest MHTN Chief Medical Officer Dr. Dan Bober discuss why drinking disrupts our sleep cycles, how to feel better the next day, and when drinking becomes a real cause for concern.

Sleep Disruptor

Alcohol throws off our sleep cycles, especially REM sleep, leading to anxiety, irritability, and fatigue the next day.

More Than a Hangover

Dr. Bober highlights that dehydration also plays a role in those nasty morning-after feelings.

Warning Signs

When drinking significantly impacts your daily life (work, school, relationships), or if you feel you can’t function without it, it’s time to seek professional help.

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