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Effects of Missing Sleep When you miss out on a good night's sleep there are some serious effects on you that could be affecting your relationship! Sleep deprivation causes physical appearance changes and can result in you looking less healthy and even less attractive to your partner. Your sense of humor goes right out the window. Sleep directly affects how you're feeling. You will feel more distant, less secure
Sleep is a Super Power! It may sound extreme but getting a greats night sleep heals you faster and keeps you healthier. While you're sleeping your body releases hormones that are responsible for the growth of tissue. Your cuts, sore muscles, and various injuries do most of their healing while you're asleep!
We Enjoyed this One! This article is about how the lack of sleep is actually very similar to being drunk. The effects of sleep deprivation on your mind, body, and safety are very serious. "We discovered that starving the body of sleep also robs neurons of the ability to function properly. This paves the way for cognitive lapses in how we perceive and react to the world around
Tips for Your Routine Winding down You need to have a period of relaxing before bed. During this time you should avoid screens and things that stimulate your body and mind. Try things such as reading a book, having a cup of calming tea, taking a warm bath, gentle yoga, or meditation. Explore and find the best relaxing thing for you to do. Try journaling If you are stressed try writing out the problem or making lists. Once you have
Talking in Your Sleep Sleep talking is not dangerous and shouldn't be a huge concern if you or someone you know does it. Sleep talking can cause some awkward situations or become annoying to your bed partner, but the talker is not usually aware of the incident. It can range from full conversation to mumbling and can be triggered by someone talking to the sleeper, or it can be completely spontaneous. Treatment Treatment is usually not needed at all. However, if you want
Bedtime Having a regular bedtime is important for all ages. When you go to bed around the same time and get up at the same time every day your body will find it easier to naturally get tired and be ready for sleep around the same time every day. Ages 3 to 5 10 to 13 hours of sleep is the goal for this age range. When your child stops their afternoon naps they will need to add an hour of sleep onto their night time sleeping. The easiest way to determine bedtime
Exercise and Sleep A study conducted by Mental Health and Physical Activity, showed that 150 minutes of activity a week improves sleep quality by 65%. Being active also decreased daytime sleepiness, leg cramps during sleep, and improved concentration. It can seem like a struggle to get this amount of exercise into your busy schedule, so how can you do it? Fitting in Exercise 150 minutes breaks out into 2.5 hours. It's generally not recommended to just cram all of this activity
Snoring Many people snore. It can happen when you have a cold or if the air is dry, or even if allergies are bothering you. Snoring is caused by your throat becoming so relaxed that it becomes narrowed and soft and then your tongue falls backward. The more your throat narrows the greater you snore. This is due to the vibrations of air through the passageway. Sleep Apnea As your throat relaxes and narrows it can happen that it actually collapses. This