You get your regular goodnight’s sleep and still, every morning after waking up you wonder how come you feel exhausted, tired and sleepy. In this article we have covered 4 of the most common ‘energy stealers,’ and we hope that this will help you find the answer to your question.
If you recognize yourself in any of the following habits, please, make sure you introduce some changes into your lifestyle and recover your energy as soon as possible.
You Keep The Cell Phone Too Close To You -- All The Time
You want your cell phone as far as possible during the night, or if possible, turn it off while you are sleeping. Studies have shown that phone radiation affects the secretion of melatonin, which could possibly be the reason why you always feel sleepy in the morning.
At Weekends You sleep Till Noon
People usually see weekends as that time of the week when you can sleep all the time. You go out with your friends, stay up all night, or finish your activities after midnight, and then, you turn your alarm off and go to bed. And what next?
Yes, you sleep as much as you can, until noon, or even later. What you probably do not know is that this is one of the worst habits you can have.
This can affect your biorhythm, as your body knows when to wake up and when to rest. So, those extra sleeping hours can really disturb your regular sleeping time. You can afford sleeping an hour more, or even hour and a half, and everything more than that should be considered as a destructive luxury.
Sleeping With Your Pets
Your pet should have its sleeping place, and you should never let it sleep in your bed. If you sleep tight, then probably you have not noticed that pets release sounds while they sleep.
Pets also move a lot, and again, you do not notice these sudden movements. But, your body does, and even if you are not aware of that, having your pet next to you can really drain your energy, bit by bit.
You Have Not Exercised For Four Months Or More
Regular exercising is an excellent way to sleep tight at night, but experts say that working hard and excessive exercises not always guarantee a better sleep. You have not exercised for 4 months or more, right? Yes, that is the answer to your question. Exercising really kills insomnia, and for better results, try exercising at least three times a week.
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