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Problems falling asleep, waking up at night...How to find a good rhythm ?

Problems falling asleep, waking up at night...How to find a good rhythm ?

You have trouble falling asleep, and you wake up in the middle of the night for no reason? Then its hard to bear the day… Hello bad mood !

Have you ever thought about the natural way to get rid of these sleep disorders and relive days full of vigour?

The cat that bites its tail

Sleep disorders are often a psychological cause. Untreated, insomnia persists through a conditioning mechanism: “the fear of no sleeping”. But not only, they are also due to jet lag, full moons, night work, or poor digestion.

The famous consequences are well known: anxiety, stress, which are also factors in difficulty falling asleep. It is the phenomenon of the “cat that bites its tail”. The good news is that you are not alone.

Our 100% natural tips and advices

Breathing is an innate human function, but not all of us know how to breath properly. Focusing on our breathing and taking deep breaths brings calm and relaxation to the body and mind. It reduces stress and anxiety, and brings a better quality of sleep. Breathing properly is a very effective alternative to give your body permission to rest and prepare for the day ahead.

It is important to know that the body detoxifies and regenerates between 10 pm and 2 am. Once in the arms of Morpheus, your cells regenerate and your brain empties. This is why after two nights without sleep, difficulties of concentration begin to appear, the usual tasks are more difficult on the level of the memory than on the level of the body.

Here are 6 tips to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle and thus a restful sleep.

- Light dinner,

- Stop all liquid intake 1 hour before bedtime and remember to empty your bladder beforehand,

- Avoid alcohol, and smocking 2 hours before bedtime,

- Ventilate the room during the day,

- Avoid screens, video games, disturbing movies,

- Encourage pleasant readings that encourage the mind to let go.

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