This may be the most common culprit, but as long as you’re able to go back to sleep quickly, your sleep cycles may not be disturbed too much. There can be several reasons for these nocturnal bathroom trips.
Drinking liquids within an hour or two of bedtime
It’s critical to drink plenty of water throughout the day, just stop a couple of hours before bedtime. Don’t try to catch up at the last minute!
Caffeine consumption, timing, and amount
We hear a lot these days about the benefits of caffeine. There are also recent studies showing that, contrary to what was previously thought, caffeine doesn’t appear to be a diuretic.
However, that doesn’t mean we can throw all caution to the wind and drink as much as we’d like. There’s still a dark side to caffeine.