Did you know that if a person has an average lifespan, which is around 72.6 years, that individual will have had around 229,000 hours of sleep? That is around one-third of your life. Many people don't spend much time thinking about how they can improve their sleep and overall health. It's important to have a mattress and a bedtime routine where you know you'll get the best night's rest. Sleep is restorative and gives your brain and body time to regain energy while promoting the natural healing process.
For night owls and late sleepers, the alarm buzz each morning is probably the most loathed sound in the house. They're startled out of their slumber and forced to join the land of the living with the perky morning people and coffee goers. Sound familiar? If you have trouble waking up and feeling energized in the morning, you're not alone. Maybe you've been told you're just not a morning person or your body clock doesn't function before 11 a.m., but now you've got a job with a strict 8 a.m. start time and you have to adjust to a new sleep schedule. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to make yourself feel more awake and energized each morning!
Learning how to beat tiredness is a skill we all need at some point in our lives. We spend a third of our lives sleeping and yet one in four people still feel tired doing everyday activities. Imagine how much better the world would be if everyone knew how to beat tiredness, tiredness changes our mood dramatically! It also leads to other illnesses like depression.
"My mind is racing" - is the primary complaint, of most people, when describing why they can't sleep. Thoughts about work, the kids, bills and so many other of life's worries cause many late nights and drowsy days for millions of people. Learning to relax and get your mind off the things that stress or excite you, is the key to falling asleep. If you can relax - you can sleep. In this lens, I will share several techniques to help you relax and clear your mind - and have you dreaming in no time.