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Why is it important to have good night sleep?

Just like the way your phone needs to be charged for at least an hour, for a full days use, your body needs 7 to 8 hrs of undisturbed sleep to repair and re energize your body cells. So that you are prepared for the next day’s work physically and mentally.

What happens if you don’t sleep well ?

Sleep allows our minds to rest so that we can focus more clearly during our waking hours. Just as a computer needs to be rebooted regularly when it becomes overloaded, our brains need to be restarted by a good night’s sleep.

If you don’t sleep YOU will

Contract critical diseases sooner and faster
not be ready for the next day’s work
look tired physically and exhausted mentally
Not be able to justify your work and family, resulting in high stress levels.
Gain weight
Become forgetful
Become depressed

Sleep not only rests the body but allows the most active part of the mind to rest and the subconscious mind to go to work on problems in its particular way. There are a lot of serious problems for which solutions were found while sleeping.

Tips on how to improve your sleep quality.

A daily (and nightly) routine can make a big difference in how easily you fall and stay asleep. You’ll have to experiment to find out what works best for you but here are some helpful suggestions:

Wake up and go to bed at the same time, even on weekends to keep your hormone cycle regular.
Eat a high protein/high fat snack a few hours before bed (7pm or earlier) or consume a lot at dinner.
Nap to make up for lost sleep.
Avoid caffeine after 1 pm.
Drink enough water during the day and stop drinking about 2 hours before bed so you don’t have to wake up to use the bathroom.
Take a soothing warm bath about an hour before bed with some relaxing music or a great book.
Get at least 30 minutes of sunlight each day (even if you aren’t trying to get your vitamin D). The exposure to the wide-spectrum light during the day boosts serotonin levels, which will help improve melatonin levels at night
Avoid artificial light as much as possible after the sun goes down.
Pray, meditate or find a way to reduce stress.
Stretch before bed to relax muscles.

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