insomnia

lenny
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Re: insomnia

Postby lenny » Thu Jul 12, 2018 6:15 am

Those who lead a night life should know that day sleep does not compensate for the lack of night. When you try to sleep off the day in the body does not produce melatonin in full. Therefore, such a holiday can not be considered complete.
Over the years, the content of melatonin in the body is significantly reduced. Therefore, babies can sleep almost all day, and the elderly suffer from insomnia. But we can increase the production of serotonin during the day and melatonin at night to some extent. To do this, if possible, do not disturb the natural biological rhythms. Try in the light of the day as much as possible to be outdoors in the sun. It is daylight, not artificial, that contributes to the production of serotonin.

markus
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Re: insomnia

Postby markus » Thu Jul 12, 2018 6:16 am

Go wisely to the interior of your bedroom, it should be cozy, clean and well-ventilated. Set in the bedroom a comfortable temperature, optimal for you, so that it is not cold and not hot. Do not forget to ventilate your room before going to bed. Cool air and warm bed will help you sleep well. Just do not allow drafts and fresh air flow directly on you.

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Re: insomnia

Postby markus » Thu Jul 12, 2018 6:17 am

Sleep on the right bed, it should be smooth and hard enough. Sleep on soft perines due to excessive bending of the body leads to disruption of blood supply to various organs and spinal cord, which are clamped. Still sleep on a soft bed can lead to pinching of the nerve endings, which also leads to disastrous consequences. Your bed should be spacious, and linen - from natural fabrics. It is desirable that the bed was warm. It can be heated with a heating pad. Then the body immediately is set up to sleep and relax.

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Re: insomnia

Postby geoff » Thu Jul 12, 2018 6:18 am

The color of your bedroom is also important. If you intend to sleep, choose the right color lingerie. For example, red and orange colors are perceived as stimuli and activators of the nervous system. According to the results of the study of color effect on sleep American Professor Geldenhuys, the most appropriate color for the bedroom interior is "cold" blue. It is in the bedroom of the color people fall asleep faster.

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Re: insomnia

Postby lenny » Thu Jul 12, 2018 6:21 am

Falling asleep is a kind of reflex to external rhythms and internal biorhythms, that is why it is so important to go to bed and get up at about the same time. Try to minimize sound and light stimuli, as well as temperature changes during sleep. According to studies of Oriental medicine, the most useful sleep - from 21 hours to 3 hours in the morning. Scientists recommend sleeping at this time and getting up at dawn. Ayurveda says that if a healthy person lies down at the right time, it is enough for him to have five or six hours of full sleep.

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Re: insomnia

Postby markus » Thu Jul 12, 2018 6:22 am

Do not eat before bedtime, extreme meal is desirable for three hours before bedtime. Heavy and chemical food load the digestive system with toxins, as a result of which the body does not get a good rest. You probably noticed that sleep after a holiday feast is often restless, and sometimes even accompanied by nightmares, and after a feeling that you have slept, does not occur. Late dinner is in the stomach all night. This diet leads to disruption of the gastrointestinal tract, premature aging, weight gain.


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