Are you having sleeping disorders? Follow 5 simple tips to Sleep well
According to an Irish Proverb, "A good laugh and a long sleep are the best cures in the doctor's book." Sleeping disorders are quite common these days. It may occur on temporary basis due to rising tensions or anxiety. However, if the sleep disorders start prevailing recurrently and turn out to be problematic for your daily routines, you may need to remedy it on serious grounds. Sleep disorders put adverse effects on your performance, social life and health. Therefore, studies suggest ensuring a quality night sleep to recuperate health and increase productivity. We have put together a few solutions here to help you counter sleep disorders.
Sleeping RoutinesImage courtesy: womansday.com Human brain is sensitive to the light exposure and in the absence of light, it produces a hormone known as Melatonin. This hormone is responsible to make the brain drowsy and help in sleeping. Adopting a routine on daily basis to get into bed at early hours would help in Melatonin production, thereby making the body attain natural sleep. You must be sticking to the routine even on weekends or holidays to avoid conceivable sleeping disorders.
Switch Off the LightsImage courtesy: health.com With lights turned on, the Brain stays alert as the hypothalamus hormones are produced in the brain, which overcomes the effectiveness of Melatonin hormones thereby keeping you awake. Keeping the lights off and restraining light from your bedroom would help you get a natural sleep.
Keep the Pets out of your bedroomWhile some of us may not even think of getting into the bed without our pets, a survey discerns that people who get into bed with their pets cannot sleep well. This may be due to the fact that dogs usually snore and sniff, while cats become actively energetic in the late night hours, thereby causing disturbances and interruptions to get a good sleep.
Switch off your ElectronicsImage courtesy: lifehacker.com After the hectic day’s routine many of us prefer watching television or surfing over the internet. These activities, however, work as stimulants for our brains and cause restricted Melatonin production, which eventually cause sleeping disorders. Therefore, you just need to take some hard steps and ignore all such stimulating activities that may affect your sleep.
Sleep using Relaxation techniquesImage courtesy: wittyburg.com Listening to some light music, reading a book in dim lights, taking deep breaths or imagining yourself at a quiet and tranquil natural landscape before going to bed would help your body and brain calm down and feel relaxed thereby setting you up for a good night sleep. Following these simple yet very effective tips will help you overcome your sleeping issues and start your day vibrantly.