5 habits for a healthy sleep
5 Habits for a Healthy Sleep
Sleep affects our mood, concentration, skin appearance, weight and creativity. We will advise you on what to do to get the most out of it.
Rise and Shine
Physical fatigue is the best cure for sleep problems. You will fall asleep much more easily after exercise and your sleep will naturally deepen and prolong. In addition to a regular routing, pay attention to the time you are doing sports. The mornings are ideal but if that is difficult to manage then make sure your body rests at least 3 hours before bedtime.
Afternoon or power naps
Although the afternoon nap can be refreshing, it should not last more than an hour. Otherwise, it will disturb your night mode.
Blue isn’t always good
Did you know that your mobile or computer can also interfere with sleep? Their displays are emitting blue light that deceives the brain which then thinks it is still daytime. This reduces the production of melatonin and with it the quality of your sleep. Store the electronics at least 1 hour away before falling asleep and let your eyes rest.
Coffee break? Carefully!
Sometimes some of us need something that boosts our energy. Whatever works for you – may it be for example coffee, sugar or energy drinks – keep in mind that those can be the cause of sleepless nights. We recommend to avoid them at least in the afternoons and evenings.
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