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Attention Insomniacs: 8 Secrets to a Full Night Sleep

Attention Insomniacs: 8 Secrets to a Full Night Sleep

Attention Insomniacs: 8 Secrets to a Full Night SleepMost of need about eight hours of sleep to wake up feeling fully recharged and refreshed in the morning. But for many us a full night’s sleep is little more than a distant memory.This can be especially true for seniors due to changes in their sleep-wake cycles. And for those of us that make bad lifestyle choices – such as drinking too much alcohol or caffeine.

For them the challenge of getting a full night rest can become a real nightmare. They have trouble falling asleep…they wake up in the middle of the night and can’t get back to sleep…or they find themselves waking up way too early.

A problem not to be ignored! Because what if I told you there was a whole lot more riding on you getting a full 8 hours sleep than just getting over that groggy feeling you have before you slug down your first cup of morning coffee?

Because there is! Sleep is just as important to our physical and mental health as nutritious food, exercise, water and air.

And without it – your life could quickly start to feel like some sort of bad dream.

For instance in a recent study conducted by Cornel psychology professor, James B. Mass, researchers noted that if you’re getting anything less than 8 full hours sleep a night, you’re operating impaired.

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Which means your productivity, creativity and your overall health will all suffer!

According to professor Mass “it’s between the seventh and eighth hour of sleep when we get almost an hour of REM sleep, the time when the mind repairs itself, grows new connections and puts it all together.”

“ REM sleep occurs about every 90 minutes, and those periods of REM sleep get longer as the night progresses. So if you’re a 6 hour sleeper, you’re missing out on that last important opportunity to repair and prepare for the coming day.”

That’s right even missing a few hours sleep can have a serious effect on your overall health and wellbeing. The benefits of a full nights rest are just too powerful to ignore…

1. Boosts Your Immune System: Researchers in Germany discovered that among a group of volunteers receiving the hepatitis vaccination the ones that got a good night sleep directly afterwards showed a greater immune response to the vaccine – having nearly twice the antibodies as the sleep deprived group.

2. It Really is Beauty Sleep: When you’re in a deep relaxed sleep (REM) your body goes into repair mode and regenerates your skin, muscles and brain cells. And there’s not a skin cream on the market that can do all that!

3. Fuels Your Mind: A recent study conducted at the Harvard Medical School showed that people who slept immediately after learning or practicing a new skill remembered more about it the following day than the people who stayed up all night to learn the same thing.

4. Helps Make Friends: It’s hard to make friends when you’re short tempered and irritable. And that’s exactly what a lack of sleep will turn you into, cranky, aggressive and highly unsocial. In the most extreme cases, severe sleep deprivation can even cause hallucinations and/or paranoia.

But if you’re one of the 40 million Americans suffering from a sleep disorder you’re going to need some help if you’re going to turn your bed time nightmares into 8 hours of pleasant dreams.

And would I have even bothered writing you today if I didn’t have a full basket of secrets prepared just for you? Of course not!

Just take a quick look at my 8 Simple Steps to a Full Nights Sleep and before you know it you’ll be sleeping like a little baby again.

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1. Your Ideal Sleep Temperature: Keep your room cool and comfortable – the ideal sleeping temperature for most people is between 68 and 72 degrees Fahrenheit.

2. Southing Sounds: Listen to some relaxing music, the sounds of the ocean, or even monks chanting. Experiment a little and see what puts you to sleep the fastest.

3. Eat to Live: That means no late night snacks – especially sugary sweets and processed carbohydrates. Remember Mom always knows best and candy before bed has been a no-no since you were a kid.

4. Avoid Stimulants: Like caffeine, alcohol and nicotine as much as possible. Just like sugar and processed carbohydrates – both are stimulants. And you don’t want to find yourself staring at the ceiling when you should be off in dream land.

5. Lights Out: Turn off all the sights and sounds before bed – sounds simple enough but I can’t tell you how many people I know that go to bed with the T.V. on. You’ll be amazed how easy it is to drift off in a pitch black room with no late night talk shows to disturb your slumber.6. Exercise: Your body needs exercise because it’s impossible to get a good night’s sleep when you still have energy to burn. So instead of counting sheep try counting out 25 pushups – just don’t exercise too close to bed time because it could make you too energized to sleep.

7. Put Sleep on your Agenda: Make a sleep schedule and stick with it – that means going to bed at the same time every night and waking up at the same time every morning. And that includes weekends, at least until you have the problem under control.

8. There’s a Time and a Place: Use your bed for sleep and sex only – get rid of the T.V. the telephone and any other distractions that might keep you awake. Train your body to recognize your bed as a sanctuary.

Remember a good night’s sleep is crucial – it’s just as important to your overall health and well being as what you eat and how much exercise you’re getting. So sleep tight.

Stay Healthy!


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