This whole article will be fully dedicated to sleep. Most people think that sleep is boring because you aren’t doing anything, however it’s the complete opposite. When you are asleep, your brain and body are in recovery mode. It’s the most important stage of the day! If you have done a hard gym in the day, the less you sleep, the more your muscles will ache the next day.
If you are a girl reading this, you might find these facts very interesting. If you sleep less than six hours, fine lines and wrinkles on your face will increase by 45%. Blemishes go up by 13% and the redness of your skin go up by 8%. In other words, we wear our lack of sleep on out faces. Lack of sleep doesn’t just change how you look, it also has an effect on your brain. Difficulty concentrating increases by 29%, loosing interest in hobbies inclines by 19% and loosing temper with other people increases by 16%.
Making the right decisions is very important throughout the whole day. As president Bill Clinton once said ”Every important mistake I’ve made in my life, I’ve made because I was too tired.” You, like most of the people think that yawning is always a sign of not enough sleep. However, the truth is that a lot of the time it is because you are bored.
I will now finish this article by giving you the best tips from sleep experts:
- Cut out any kind of technology one hour before sleeping. Because the blue light from your mobile phone will act as a stimulant telling your body not to go sleep.
- Create a room that’s ideal for sleeping. Often, this means cool, dark and quiet. Exposure to light might make it more challenging to fall asleep. Avoid prolonged use of light-emitting screens just before bedtime. Consider using room-darkening shades, earplugs, a fan or other devices to create an environment that suits your needs. Doing calming activities before bedtime, such as taking a bath, reading or using relaxation techniques, will promote better sleep
- Block Your Clock! Do you glance at it several times a night? That can make your mind race with thoughts about the day to come, which can keep you awake. Put your alarm clock in a drawer, under your bed, or turn it away from view.
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