Thursday, April 14, 2011

How to Sabotage your Sleep

These habits can actually Sabotage your Sleep every night. Try to avoid these daily habits.

Try not to spend much time on the computer before bed, because the light of the screen can send signals to the brain there is still time to be awake. Do not leave your TV on either. Light of the screen can be annoying and follow you at night.

Working in bed
Need to complete the presentation for work? Try not to put the finishing touches on it in bed. Do work in bed can cause you can associate your bedroom with stress, so try to keep the office in a real office and leave your bed to be a place of rest.

Stay in bed
If you're just laying there with eyes wide open, not to stay there in vain to try to sleep. Instead, get out of bed and engage in an activity. Read a kind of book or magazine and when the eyes begin to sag, back to bed and try again.

No Bedtime routine
Give yourself a night schedule, like taking a shower, watch TV minutes and then at bedtime. Make sure your routine is relaxing without yelling at the dog or paying bills. Do it every night so your body gets into a rhythm.

Exercise before bed is a great way to get you feels tired. A few sit ups and a couple of jumping jacks do the trick. Try not to switch to heavy work-out, as it may disrupt your sleep.

Avoid caffeinated drinks or snacks for three to four hours before bed.

Taking Long naps
Has a long day at the office? It may be tempting, but try not to take long naps during the day. Take long naps will make it harder to fall asleep at night.

Irregular sleep schedule
After a long week, it is good to let loose on the weekend. But stray too far from your sleep schedule will confuse your body. Even on weekends, try to stay as close as possible to your regular sleep patterns.


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