Good morning: how to organize your sleep so that you get up in the morning refreshed and refreshed

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The mod­ern rhythm of life leaves its mark on the dura­tion of a night’s rest — sleep is get­ting short­er and short­er, because so many things still need to be done, and there is not enough time for every­thing. But such exper­i­ments on one­self do not lead to good. Not only does a per­son feel tired and over­whelmed before he has to get out of bed, but he can hard­ly bring him­self to do so. Healthy­in­fo will tell you about ways to wake up kind­ly and cheer­ful­ly.

Prepare the sleigh in the summer, and a vigorous awakening from sleep in the evening

As every­thing in the Uni­verse is sub­ject to a cer­tain rhythm and cycle, so a per­son, whether he wants it or not, exists in a cer­tain bio­rhythm. The ide­al solu­tion would be to cre­ate a clear reg­i­men for your­self, going to bed at the same time, then you will wake up at the same hours, more­over, eas­i­ly and effort­less­ly. What time to go to bed — every­one decides this ques­tion for him­self, because not every­one has the oppor­tu­ni­ty to work dur­ing the day, but today sci­en­tists have already proven that the ide­al option would be to go to bed at 21.30, so that at 22.00 o’clock already plunge into the king­dom of Mor­pheus.

One hour of sleep before 12 mid­night is equal to two hours after mid­night. And those who decide to “get” the miss­ing hours in the morn­ing will have to be dis­ap­point­ed — they will not feel cheer­ful and full of ener­gy after wak­ing up. Like any liv­ing crea­ture on the plan­et, a per­son is strong­ly attached to the change in the phas­es of the sun and moon, and the clos­er his life activ­i­ty will coin­cide with these cycli­cal rep­e­ti­tions, the bet­ter.

What else would you like to do before bed?

What else would you like to do before bed?

You can pre­pare your­self for the next work­ing day if you pro­vide ide­al con­di­tions for sleep. Take a warm bath with laven­der essen­tial oil before going to bed, and a cup of tea or milk with hon­ey can also help. Be sure to ven­ti­late the room, and if it is not too cold out­side, you can leave the win­dow open or set the micro-ven­ti­la­tion mode. Try not to think about any­thing bad, not to remem­ber the events of the day that caused you strong emo­tions.

Turn off sight, hear­ing, touch and oth­er sens­es, and if you find it dif­fi­cult to do this, take the advice of the famous author of books on pop­u­lar psy­chol­o­gy Louise Hay. In par­tic­u­lar, she sug­gests imag­in­ing your­self as a qui­et, deep pond sur­round­ed by green grass and tall, silent trees. If you can switch in this way and keep the peace of your inner world, then you will soon and imper­cep­ti­bly fall asleep.

Killer alarm clock, or how to stay alive after sleep

Killer alarm clock, or how to stay alive after sleep

Sure­ly every­one remem­bers these Sovi­et alarm clocks, which could wake the dead from bed. In the course of numer­ous stud­ies, it has been proven that such a quick and abrupt awak­en­ing neg­a­tive­ly affects the human ner­vous sys­tem, because he is forced to stress him­self dai­ly due to a loud and sharp call. If you like ener­getic dance tunes, you can eas­i­ly set them as your alarm ring­tone, but let the vol­ume of the sound increase incre­men­tal­ly.

In our age of dig­i­tal tech­nol­o­gy, you can afford a more advanced device that not only does not scare you with a loud call, but also deter­mines when it’s time to wake up. We are talk­ing about a spe­cial wrist watch — Sleep­track­er, which should be put on your hand before going to bed. They deter­mine the phas­es of sleep by the move­ments of their own­er and choose the moment when it will be eas­i­est for him to wake up. An excel­lent effect is pro­vid­ed by an appli­ca­tion spe­cial­ly installed on the phone, which will not turn off the alarm until you com­plete a cou­ple of exam­ples from math­e­mat­ics, solve a rid­dle or pass a sim­ple test. Agree, after such a forced work of the brain in the morn­ing, there will be no trace of the rem­nants of sleep.

Get on the charger! Or is it not necessary at all?

You can talk a lot about the ben­e­fits of morn­ing exer­cis­es after sleep, but we imme­di­ate­ly for­get about it when the body refus­es to rise after morn­ing awak­en­ing, and a warm bed and soft pil­lows beck­on to lie down for anoth­er minute or two. Of course, not every­one can find the strength to leave a cozy nest in order to warm up and cheer up, but this will not have to be done. There are exer­cis­es that you can do right in bed. Here is some of them:

    throw straight arms behind your head, and straighten your legs and stretch well, feeling how all the muscles and spine are stretched;
    to develop the shoulder muscles and muscles of the arms after sleep, roll over to the right side and grab the left hand with the right hand by the forearm. The first must be pulled back, causing resistance. Repeat several times and change the position of the body by performing the same number of repetitions on the other side;
    in the supine position, spread your arms to the sides, and bend your legs at the knees. On the count of times, slowly lower them to one side, fix for a couple of seconds and return to the IP. Now lower to the other side. Repeat 5 times for each side;
    pull your knees to your chest or do this exercise in turn for each leg.

Bright morning light is the basis of awakening

In the warm sea­son, it is easy to pro­vide morn­ing light­ing for the bed­room, just move the cur­tains, but in win­ter this is not pos­si­ble, because it often starts to get light lat­er than the moment when we leave the walls of the house to go to work. In order for your qual­i­ty and pleas­ant sleep to end with the same awak­en­ing, you can use the help of all the same new­fan­gled gad­gets — dawn sim­u­la­tors. By set­ting the device at the right time, you will wake up not only with the dawn, but also with bird­song and oth­er suit­able accom­pa­ni­ment, because many devices sup­port such func­tions.

Alter­na­tive­ly, you can install auto­mat­ic blinds in your home and con­trol them with a remote con­trol with­out get­ting out of bed. At the touch of a but­ton before going to bed, you will plunge into the allur­ing dark­ness, and fall asleep faster and eas­i­er, and in the morn­ing ensure a pain­less awak­en­ing by choos­ing the blinds up mode. Sim­ple and con­ve­nient.

What else will help you tune in to a cheerful mood — popular recipes

Here are a cou­ple more recipes you can try:

    don’t eat before bed. Go to bed on a slightly empty stomach, and don’t skip breakfast in the morning;
    set yourself an “internal” alarm clock. That is, let the installation wake up at a certain time;
    paint the kitchen in bright colors — red, orange, green or yellow. You can add more accessories in such life-affirming shades. They will help you wake up after a night’s sleep;
    find motivation to get up — prepare something delicious for breakfast in advance or iron and hang your best dress in the closet.

If none of the sug­gest­ed tips helps you, for spe­cial dor­mouse, sci­en­tists have come up with a bed that drops its own­er to the floor at a cer­tain time. Think, per­haps this car­di­nal method was cre­at­ed espe­cial­ly for you?

By Yraa

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