Did you stay up all night watching reruns of "Friends"? Could it be that you got caught up in the drama while watching "Suits"? Or did you just spend an entire weekend on a "Game of Thrones" marathon?

Indeed, we're all familiar with that feeling.

You just want to get back into bed and stay at home. But you've got work in a few hours and you can't miss that. What will you do?If you've had a rough night, it's time you take a rest.

Whatever your reason is, get your Body up and running. Before you do that though, make sure to do the following steps.

Health.com says that these are the tips that'll get you back on track in no time.

You just have to trust these methods so you'll recover faster.

Do not sleep in. Yes, you are tired but that's not going to do you any good. You should still keep up with your regular waking hours. Even if you haven't had a good sleep the previous night, stick to your routine. This is a good way to maintain your circadian rhythm. Moreover, this prevents throwing your body off the clock and it limits the changes in your body processes.

If you have the option to have your breakfast outside, then go with it. Sun exposure is perfect for the body. This signals your body to inhibit the production of a hormone that makes you sleepy. That hormone is called melatonin. In this case, you'll be more active.

Sunlight is great for improving your mood as well. The sun initiates the production of serotonin, the hormone responsible for maintaining your mood.

Coffee is beneficial for you in the morning. But after that, ditch it during lunch time. No caffeine at noon or in the afternoon so you'll be assured that you'll have a relaxing sleep in the evening.

Avoid long naps on the couch. This may sound a bit contradictory for some but we have a really good reason why. Getting into a deep and long nap will mess up your sleeping pattern in the evening. This decreases your overall sleep quality.

Plus, you'll end up feeling extra groggy.

If you really need to, a 25-minute power nap is sufficient. Just make sure not to nap longer than that time frame so that it won't have any effect on your sleep.

In the afternoon, 3 p.m. is a crucial time. For most people, this is when their energy starts to decrease. When you feel that your energy is getting low, get yourself pumped up. Do some brisk walking or take the stairs.

After dinner, you might be imagining your sheets and your bed already. Sorry to break this to you but stay up just a little bit longer. Do your best by sticking to your normal schedule.

This will help you return to your sleep routine in no time.

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