(ORDO NEWS) — Some of the activities that people do shortly before bedtime can cause a person to be sleep deprived on a regular basis.
At the same time, in the morning he can feel very bad, which will affect his health, work and, in general, the quality of life.
There are often situations when a person himself, without realizing it, makes his health and well-being bad. Many people do not adhere to some rules that relate to the quality of sleep.
Work before bed
Not everyone manages to cope with the planned things during the day, so in the evening they try to finish everything.
Literally half an hour before bedtime, they can make a to-do list for the next day, talk to someone on the phone on work topics.
As a result, the degree of excitation increases several times and then it is much more difficult to fall asleep, which in turn affects the quality of rest.
When alcohol is broken down, it turns into a chemical that can affect those sleep centers in the brain and prevent a person from falling asleep deeply.
In addition, the alternation of sleep phases is disturbed, which leads to frequent awakenings. It is undesirable to drink alcohol at least 4 hours before bedtime.
In the evening, many people read the news or watch some movies, entertainment programs. Such a habit can have an extremely bad effect on the body and its work.
Do not use gadgets at least a couple of hours before bedtime. Dr. Alex Dimitrio noted that she asks all her patients not to interact with the smartphone before going to bed in order to be healthier and sleep better.
Experts do not recommend exercising an hour and a half before bedtime. It is best to take a walk in the fresh air, meditate, do Pilates.
Training should be aimed at ensuring that the muscles are completely relaxed, and the body is prepared for rest.
Rest before bed
In order for sleep to be of high quality, you need to properly prepare for it, relax not only the body, but also the mind. It is also advisable to go to bed at the same time so that a certain cycle is developed over time.
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