Better Sleep:

Why does our body require sleep?

It is not yet clear exactly why our body requires sleep, although inadequate sleep can have severe detrimental effects on health and also studies have shown that sleep is essential for normal immune system function as well as to maintain the ability to fight disease and sickness. Sleep is also very essential for normal nervous system function and the ability to function both physically and mentally however sleep is essential for learning and for normal, healthy cell growth.
How can you get a better sleep?
In our daily routine we all have too much to do, so take time out and recharge yourself by getting a good night's sleep. The quality and quantity of your sleep can make all the difference in how productive you'll be the next day and hence here are some tips to help you get the sleep you need and deserve.
First of all maintain a regular bed and wake time schedules including weekends also make sure your bed is large enough and comfortable. Then establish a regular, relaxing bedtime routine such as soaking in a hot bath or hot tub and then reading a book or listening to soothing music, this keeps your body relaxed. For a better sleep it is very essential you create a sleep-conductive environment that is dark, quiet, comfortable and cool.
What you should avoid before your bedtime?
Make your bedroom a primarily place for sleeping as it is not a good idea to use your bed for paying bills, doing work, etc. instead help your body recognize that this is a place for rest or intimacy hence use your body only for sleep and sex. About your dinner, you should finish eating at least two to three hours before your regular bedtime and don't eat a heavy, large meal before going off to sleep.
Exercise regularly and it is very good to exercise early in the morning if not it is best to complete your workout at least a few hours before bedtime. Also before going off to sleep avoid nicotine for example cigarettes, tobacco products as it can lead to poor sleep. And also avoid caffeine such as coffee, tea, soft drinks, chocolate close to bedtime since it can keep you awake. Last but not the least avoid alcohol close to bedtime since it can lead to disrupted sleep later in the night. And also don't smoke.

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