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The Best Time To Stop Drinking Water If You Want To Sleep Through The Night

Of course, you shouldn’t banish your water bottle from the bedroom entirely–if you’re especially thirsty, go ahead and take a sip! Plus, some people take evening medications or wish to dabble in sleep supplements, which typically require some gulps of water to make swallowing easier. Harris agrees: “That’s fine, but try to limit [the water] to 8 ounces max,” she says.

In our humble opinion, taking advantage of powerful sleep-promoting ingredients (like our blend of magnesium bisglycinate, jujube, and PharmaGABA(R) in sleep support+) outweighs the potential effects from the extra fluid.* And anyway, you only need a couple of sips to swallow a couple of capsules–way less than 8 ounces.

Again, just remember to prioritize adequate hydration throughout the day: “I encourage everyone in the morning, if you’ve had a rough night of sleep, start your day with a big glass of water,” says Harris. “I always have water with a lemon slice in it.”

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