Sleep is critical for mind and body health. Without it, the effects can be severe. But what if you suffer from insomnia?
Sleep the recommended amount for a restorative night. That is: between 9 and 12 hours for school-aged children, 8 to 10 hours for teenagers, and 7 to 9 hours for adults.
Here some healthy sleeping tips for you to boost yourself are given below:
- Constant sleeping time: Try an constant sleeping time regularly. Go to bed at a fixed time and wake up at a fixed time regularly.
- Exercise: Lab experiments show that regular exercise can protect the brain from sleep deprivation-induced memory deficits.
- Ban the blue: Filter the blue light of your electronic device and sleep better. Studies show that blue light from electronic devices can delay sleep onset and affect overall circadian rhythm.
- Don’t sleep at day time: If you have the insomnia problem then skip sleeping at day time and that will helps you to sleep you at night. Studies reveal that people who sleep at day time are often awake late night.
- Breathe deep: Deep breathing triggers the body’s relaxation response. What’s more, inhaling can drive cerebrospinal fluid flow to help clear brain waste and oxygenate the brain.
- Keep your room cool. You just might get a better night’s rest if you sleep in a cool room (or stick your feet out).