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Saturday, 13 April 2013

Slept well and stay fresher

Slept well and stay fresher
Good and sufficient sleep is invaluable for the healing processes in the body.

Sleep "recharges the battery," and provides your body with new energy.

The best sleep you can get, is a deep and consistent sleep, where you do not disturb or awaken.

7 hours of uninterrupted sleep is better than 8 hours of disturbed sleep. The more times you wake up in the night, the more tired you feel safe during the day.

Exercise and healthy diets do sleep better. Conversely, do you have more desire to exercise – and are more motivated to implement the dietary changes – when you're fresh and rested.

Avoid large meals for a couple of hours before you go to bed, since the body would otherwise need to work with to digest food rather than rest. Eat a little fruit or similar if necessary, if you're hungry in the evening before bedtime
There are many factors that determine how much sleep you need. Just make sure to get enough good sleep every night to bed any previous go. Slept until you are rested, regardless of whether it is a 5 or 9 hours
Slept more during illness. If you are suffering from an acute or chronic disease so be sure that you both get a good sleep and get enough sleep. Your sleep needs during illness is probably more than 8 hours a day. Slept until you are rested, and you will be tired or sleepy again later in the day so take a NAP
A rest or a NAP in the middle of the day can do wonders. If the need arises, and you have the option for it, so allow yourself to rest, relax, or take a NAP

Another important condition for health and wellbeing is exercise


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