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Is caffeine affecting your sleep?

Kristen Havens

Seattleites love their coffee. According to a coffee culture article in The Daily Beast, we number 35 coffee shops for every 100,00 residents, making us the most caffeine-saturated American city. (Another fun fact: we frequently rank as having the most bookstores per capita, too.) At $36 per month, our average personal monthly coffee budget is also one of the highest in the nation.

We're the proud home of Starbucks since 1971, as well as the city of origin for other successful chains like Tully's, Seattle's Best Coffee, and Stumptown. Our coffee culture has had a major influence on how coffee is purchased, prepared, presented, and enjoyed across the U.S. and internationally.

Coffee is a huge part of Seattle life, where it's both a favorite drink and a major industry. But have you ever stopped to think what drinking all this java is doing to your sleep?

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Food and Sleep: What and when we eat matters to the body clock

Tamara Kaye Sellman, RPSGT, CCSH

leftover pizza might be a midnight snack you should avoid due to GERDMuch has been made in the media about the relationship between what you eat and how well you sleep.

Since eating and sleeping are two seemingly separate processes, it might seem like a leap to assume that one can influence the other.

However, the human body is an interconnected system. What we eat can influence our sleep, in ways both positive and negative. 

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