When we try too much, we often can’t achieve what we wish. What’s the alternative? Fool yourself by stop trying. Research has found that works for many people. Sleep Tip #326: Try not to fall asleep.
As I am writing this tip, this is my plan for today and tomorrow. I am going to listen to my body and allow myself plenty of rest, relief and restoration. Sleep is a great medicine. Yet, it only works … Read More
Seconds make the difference between winning and losing among elite athletes. You may not be an elite athlete but you are expected to perform at a high level regardless of your job.So…do what a growing number of elite athletes are … Read More
There is a connect between chronic sleep loss and engaging in riskier behaviors. Risky behavior increases as the sleep loss mounts and continues. One of the more alarming facts is that self-perception of more risky behaviors is lacking. In short, … Read More
Experts are recommending a short nap (less than 30 minutes) more and more. Companies are putting up nap rooms. Here’s a BIG TIP to make the most out of your afternoon nap. Try to take you nap when you’re feeling … Read More
Sleep quality is just as important as sleep quantity. REM (rapid eye movement) sleep is critical for memory consolidation and moods the following day. Every 90 minutes, you enter into REM sleep. If you get less than 4-6 hours of … Read More
As much as possible, stick to your daily routines. Children respond positively to routines and daily habits. Pay attention to bed times and wake times. Pay attention to meal times. These two times mark the day for adults and children … Read More
It’s normal not to sleep normally during any type of natural disaster from a hurricane to a wild fire. Try to accept that this is normal although stressful. If you fight it, then you’ll work yourself up. By working yourself … Read More