Have you heard of teenager Randy Gardner, the famous Californian? No? He holds the world record for staying awake—he didn’t sleep for 11 days and 24 minutes. While it may sound cool, you should never put yourself through consistent sleep deprivation. Sleep is not a luxury, but a necessity. It’s not just a tool to help you relax. Or improve your mood. It helps your body in ways you never knew. In this article, I share 14 things you didn’t know about how what sleep does and therefore, how important it really is.
Do you lie awake in bed, tossing and turning through the night? Does sleep continue to elude you? Do not fret further! Adding certain easily available food items to your diet can help you beat insomnia. Slumber snacks are foods that help you sleep through the night.
I know what you are saying to yourself “When do I have time for a power nap?” The better question to answer is “How could my life be made better by having a power nap?” Working long hours? Does this create an imbalance with your relationships and health? Do you sit up at night addicted to the digital world of social networking? This combination of stress and stimulation means that seven hours sleep every night has become a luxury for you. You are part of a sleep crisis. It’s a global movement. There are hundreds of thousands of people around the world just like you. In this post, we explore two power routines you can adopt as a solution to your sleep crisis.