Sleep is a wonderful health formula. When tried, the limbs are aching and the mind is in a spin. After a few hours of peaceful sleep you wake up completely fresh, a totally new person.
Most men and women spend a third of their lives in sleep. Infants seem to enjoy sleep the most- sleeping a good 12 hours each day. Most grownups sleep 7 to 8 hours each night, while the elderly sleep a little less. The timing, duration and internal structure of sleep vary a great deal among different individuals, but studies find that adults who habitually sleep less than 4 hours or greater than 9 have increased mortality rates as compared to those who sleep 7 to 8 per night.
[...] You may not order for a rocking bed, but do find a bed that allows you to relax completely. Kick off depression Depression can interfere with sleep and awaken you prematurely, say at two or three o'clock in the morning. If you face this problem, seek help from a mental health professional. Counseling and medication can ease your mind and warm you up for restful sleep. Melt the fat Of the many ills that obesity causes, sleeplessness is the least talked about. [...]
[...] Take a stroll A short, casual stroll just before you bed down helps remove tensions and anxieties from your mind and prepare it for sleep. Do not hurry. Take it leisurely. Just amble. Let a lovely sense of laziness set in. Never go for an extensive exercise - it can steal your sleep. Soak in a bath There is little as relaxing as a nice shower or bath about an hour before you hit the sack. But be careful not to fall asleep in the bathtub, for this has happened! [...]
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