Putting you to bed could automatically launch your brain on the list of things you have to do. Make sure to keep these two worlds separate. Book your bed for good night sleep and pleasure.
How to have a good night's sleep Take good habits keep good habits during the day Prepare to sleep Do you have trouble sleeping? The long-term effects of lack of sleep can exhaust you physically and mentally. Sleeping is vital and a restful sleep will help your body regenerate while your mind wanders to the land of dreams. Here is a small guide to sleep as well as possible. 1. Take good habits Decide on a regular bedtime and sunrise time. What would be the best times to get up and go to bed every day of the week (weekend included)? Keep in mind that you need about 8 hours of sleep a night. If that means you have to go to bed at 11 pm, that's what you will have to do. The idea is then to train your brain, for that it will be necessary to hold you there every day. When the clock strikes 23:00, your brain will automatically go to sleep. And when at 7:00, the alarm clock rings, you will be fresh and available. What are your ideal hours? Adults need 7 to 9 hours of sleep on average, however, if you are under 18, you need at least 8 hours and probably more 2. Respect these schedules every day. If you have decided to get up at 7am to go to work, to have your sleep account, you will go to bed at 11pm. To begin, cancel all your evening plans for the next two weeks. You must go to bed and get up at the appointed hours. This is the only way you can fall asleep and wake up easily. Yes, the weekend too. If for two days you wake up at 10 am instead of 7, when Monday comes, you will not feel rested when you have to get up early again. Respect the established schedules the time to get used to it. You may later be more lax. 3. Take smart naps.