HAVE A BETTER SLEEP WITH MBOX MOSQUITO TRAP
Much like food, there is a difference between nutritional sleep and fast food sleep.
As freelancers often fall into irregular sleep habits, it’s important to not only know what your body’s sleep sweet spot is, but also to put yourself in the best position to get it. Quality sleep is just as important to a healthy and happy body as good food and regular exercise.
Do you have insomnia?
It’s 2 a.m. You haven’t slept yet. And you’re staring down an 8 a.m. meeting. Is it insomnia, a condition defined by the inability to fall or stay asleep throughout the night and suffering daytime consequences (such as sleepiness) as a result?
“Women are 150 percent more likely to have insomnia than men,” says Dr. Meir Kryger, a professor with the Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, Conn. and author of A Woman’s Guide to Sleep Disorders. Dr. Kryger also notes that there’s a difference between acute insomnia -generating from, say, too much coffee that day – to chronic insomnia, defined by sleeplessness at least three to four nights a week, for three months or more.
If you lay awake each night willing yourself to fall asleep, try these tips to beat your insomnia.
“After my mother passed away, I stopped sleeping. My grief took over everything, and the days and nights rolled into one. I visited a doctor who prescribed sleeping pills, which were effective until I became pregnant a year later with my son. I had to stop the pills immediately and I went through terrible withdrawal. My mother had always told me that prayer and meditation was the best medicine for insomnia and she was right. I started a regimen of prayer and meditation-15 minutes a night-and without fail I am lulled into a deep slumber. I’ve been doing this for 11 years now.”-Sarah Brown,* Toronto
Make your bed a place for sleep
Try to designate your bed, and your bedroom for sleep as much as you can. Of course you may have space constraints; maybe your bedroom is your living room is your office is your kitchen. If you do have the option to designate your bed/bedroom for sleeping try to make it as quiet, dark, and cool as possible. Think lush cave. Studies are showing that the optimal temperature for sleeping and also for healthy metabolisms is 66 degrees.
A watched clock never sleeps
While that makes little sense both grammatically and physically, you get it. Don’t be a clock watcher! Fretting over not falling asleep and constantly checking the clock only leads to more fretting which usually only leads to less sleeping. If you find that you can’t fall asleep within 20 or so minutes, get out of bed, do something relaxing (but not mentally stimulating, for example: listen to instrumental music or indulge in a guilty pleasure read), and try again.
“A therapist at university taught me some relaxation techniques such as a sleep exercise that involves deep breathing: Breathe in, count to one, breathe out, count to two, breathe in, count to three, continuing all the way up to 10 and then back down again. During that time you are relaxing your body and focusing solely on the breathing and counting. If your mind wanders, you start again. It took me three weeks of doing it every night for hours until it started working.
Now, I rarely have problems falling asleep and if I do, the exercise helps me relax. It took me a couple of months to master it but it’s meant almost 20 years of falling asleep within five to 20 minutes.”-M-R Charbonneau, Ottawa
Getting chomped all night by mosquitoes is a total nightmare. All that stinging and itching leaves you tossing and turning then feeling like crap the next day. Even worse, mosquitoes can be downright dangerous. They potentially carry serious, life-threatening diseases including malaria, dengue fever (4 different strains) and Japanese encephalitis. So it’s very important to prevent mosquito attacks while sleeping, both for a sound sleep and for avoiding disease.
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