3 Minute Guide to Better Sleep

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Sleep makes you feel better. We have been listening to this all our lives, but the importance of sleep goes way beyond than just banishing under-eye circles and keeping you active. There are many different benefits of sleep. Adequate sleep is a key to a healthy lifestyle and can help your mind and heart. You feel active after a good sleep. Many people believe that sleeping in intervals can help, but they are doing it wrong. In this post, we will discuss a 3-minute guide to a better sleep. This guide can help you stay healthy, active, and help you make your lifestyle better.

Before you start, you should quit some bad habits that are ruining your sleep. Following are some bad habits that may prevent you from getting a sound sleep.

  • Consuming too much caffeine
  • Drinking alcohol
  • Using electronic devices late night or before sleep
  • Watching TV
  • Exercising in night hours
  • Eating spicy foods

These habits are not that hard to change. You can quit plenty of these for your sake. Quitting these bad habits will help you get a better sleep and start off your day with a blast.

After you are done with knowing the bad habits, you might be intrigued in knowing what is not letting you sleep. These are as follows.

Reasons You Are Not Sleeping

The biggest reason for not sleeping is having all or one of the above bad habits. There might be chances that these bad habits lead you to insomnia. However, there may be other reasons why you are not sleeping. These are:

  • Excessive use of electronics with blue light.
  • Bedroom with unnecessary light
  • Improper Diet
  • Congestion or Infections
  • Incorrect posture of sleeping

These are some of the causes why you are not able to sleep properly. Identifying the cause can help you cure it at the earliest and get yourself to the start of having a sound sleep. Having the right quantity of sleep is also as important as sleep itself. An average adult person should sleep at least 6 to 8 hours a day. Sleeping less than the recommended time can have adverse effects on the health and you can become lousy. Besides just being lax all day, this can affect your heart, mind, eyes, pancreas, and immune system.

Before going to sleep, make sure your eyes are relaxed. You should not be using any electronic devices with a blue light. If you exercise at night, you should make sure your body has been in a relaxed state for at least an hour. This will make you sleep better, and you will wake up feeling healthy and active. All you need to do is make sure you keep good care of yourself to take good care of your family later on. We hope this 3-minute guide would help you have a sound sleep and make you active the day you wake up.

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