Health Care and AI ML

    Fighting sleep disorders

    How to get over sleep disorders by getting a good night's sleep?

    Are you struggling with having a good night's sleep? Have you tried everything but nothing works? Sleep has become one of the problems in today's life. Many people in the world are struggling to sleep well each night. As we all are aware that sleep is one of the most critical factors for good health, but we tend to neglect it the most. So, optimizing sleep will benefit humankind. Sleeping well can provide numerous health benefits like a better immune system, a better mood throughout the day, able to do physical activities, and the lives the energy to do more. 

    Many people sleep less than 6 hours, and this may lead to serious health issues. If you want to get a good night's sleep, the following things might help you. 

    1. Do not exercise at least 3 hours before going to bed as exercising will stimulate both your body and brain, which will interrupt your sleep. So try exercising in the morning, rather than in the late evening. 

    2. Keep an eye on your diet: Try not to eat caffeine-rich foods and drink at least 6 hours before bed. Caffeine stimulates your brain, and you will not be able to sleep, so try avoiding foods/drinks like coffee, tea, chocolates, soda. 

    3. Taking a hot shower or bath 90 minutes before going to bed may improve your sleep quality and help people fall asleep faster. If you don't want to take a full shower, taking a hot foot bath will make you relaxed and improve sleep. 

    4. Reduce fluid intake in the late evening: Though hydrating your body is vital, however, taking fluids in the late evening can disrupt your sleep. As you will wake up during the night for urination, which can reduce sleep quality and daytime energy. Try not to take any fluid before 1-2 hours going to bed. You should also urinate before going to sleep as this will help prevent waking you up in the night. 

    5. Increase bright-light exposure during the day and less at night. Our body has a natural time clock which helps to stay awake in the day and tells the body to sleep at night. Natural light during the day can keep this cycle healthy, improves daylight energy, and night sleep quality. But nighttime exposure to bright light can have a negative impact. It tricks your brain that it's still daytime and releases less melatonin, hormone which helps you get deep and relaxed sleep.

    Bottom line: Sleep plays a vital role in your health. Studies found that it increases the risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular diseases. If you want a healthy body, make sleep a priority, and try to incorporate the above tips.

    For more information:

    Copyright © 2024