Sleep is crucial to all your long-term recovery goals. If you’re having trouble sleeping, better sleep habits during the day and at night can help you get the solid 8 hours of rest you’re looking for.
The short answer to this question is a loud and clear yes. If you’re struggling with addiction, it’s likely that you’re also having a hard time getting to sleep, staying asleep, or staying awake. The same neurotransmitters that regulate sleep are affected by drinking, drug use, and other addictive behaviors. It all starts and ends in the brilliant, boggling brain.