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How To Get Your Sleeping Cycle on Track
You can put blame to the fast-paced lifestyle for the sleep disorders. Many a times people compromise their sleep for their work or studies. The outcome of this is that you feel very exhausted and tired in the next morning. Your day begins with fatigue but never ends on an energetic note. You often go to bed one hour before midnight. Lack of sleep can cause many physical and mental problems like heart diseases, high blood pressure, irregular heartbeat and insomnia. Lack of sleep can have adverse affect cognitive processes like learning and thinking.
Medical experts always advise to give proper rest to your brain and body. For this, you can finish off with dinner early and make some three to four hours for food to get digested. Follow the following steps to get your sleep cycle on track:
• Set a fixed timetable. For instance, if you are sleeping at 11 p.m. at night, make sure that you get up by 7a.m. in the morning. Even if you sleep after 11 p.m., you should wake up at 7a.m. This way your body gets used to this timing.
• Avoid using laptop or mobile one hour before sleeping. Once you log into any social networking site, you tend to forget time.
• Listen to music when you are on bed. This way you can relax your mind and sleep.
• Have light food at night. If you eat heavy food at night, your stomach will get long to digest the food and you may feel bloated. This may lead to gastritis.