If you struggle to get out of bed in the morning, rely on caffeine to get through the day, and stare at your alarm clock all night waiting for sleep to come, you’re not alone. As many as 75 percent of us don’t get enough quality sleep each night to feel refreshed and function at our best.
In this comprehensive guide, is attempted to explain the reasons behind the current sleeplessness epidemic, the extent to which it can affect your health and well-being, and specific steps you can take to get a better night’s sleep starting tonight.
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Poll five people and odds are good at least one of them cops to feeling tired. In fact, chronic exhaustion is so pervasive the medical field has coined a new acronym for the condition: TATT, or “tired all the time”.
This helps explain why there are countless resources devoted to teaching people how to get better sleep. While that information is hugely important, it’s not the end-all be-all of fatigue. Sometimes, tiredness isn’t the result of poor sleep habits. It can also stem from a variety of conditions that have been proven to zap people of their mental and/or physical energy.
If you’re chronically exhausted and sleep tips aren’t cutting it, it may be time to consider these more surprising reasons for feeling TATT.
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If you travel across time zones for work or pleasure, there’s a good chance you’ve experienced the effects of jet lag. You know, the overwhelming physical fatigue and mental sluggishness that makes it almost impossible to focus on work-related tasks or enjoy a long-anticipated vacation. No doubt, jet lag is awful but there are a series of steps you can take before and after you arrive at your destination to minimize the symptoms. The following is a guide on how to beat jet lag quickly and effectively.
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What the heck happened? It is another Tuesday night and you are again rolling in your bed trying get some sleep. You have your earbuds in and your sleep mask on, so why do you still have problems with falling asleep?
What if I told you that you can get rid of these horrible insomnia nights? The solution is adding simple food products to your diet to ensure you get the right sleep improving nutrients.
A mistake a lot of people make is consuming stimulants after 14:00. An Example of a stimulant would be caffeine. So, imagine this you are at work and thinking of getting that dark chocolate or another coffee.
It is just a small snack/drink, right? Yes, but it also has a great impact on your sleep since caffeine takes a while to wear of. People tend to underestimate how much of an influence a cup of coffee at 15:00 can have on your sleep.
But enough about avoiding consumables before bedtime. As said before Eating the right foods can have a big positive impact on you sleep quality. If you are interested then keep on reading because you are about to discover the holy grail of sleep enriching foods.
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Have you been feeling exhausted and sluggish during your pregnancy so far? Is it so bad you’re wondering how you’ll ever survive the second and third trimesters?
Everyone needs sleep — without it, our moods, concentration, and health all plummet. But when you’re pregnant, you need your rest more than ever. You’re growing a new life inside you and that’s physically and emotionally draining.
But when you’re sleeping for two, does that mean you actually need twice as much as sleep as usual? How would you ever get anything done?
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