Jan 23, 2013 1:30 PM by NBC News
Using alcohol to help you sleep may have the opposite effect.
A new study out of the London Sleep Center finds alcohol leads to a deeper sleep at first, but causes disrupted sleep later in the night.
It is also associated with snoring and poor breathing, which can take a toll on your health and your partner's ability to sleep.
The researchers combined data from several studies to get this result.
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