Imagine this: It’s 5:27 PM. After a long day at work, you’re hungry and eager to meet your family, but you’re caught in traffic. Disappointment sets in. Nevertheless, you’re used to it because it happens frequently. So this can be a whole month’s story and maybe you are suffering from sleep disorders or insomnia. Let’s complete the story first.
Your two small children are yelling for your attention and are hungry when you finally enter your home at 6:04 PM. Even though you are well aware that frozen dinners are unhealthy, you nevertheless microwave them since you just don’t have the time.
Imagine this: It’s 5:27 PM. After a long day at work, you’re hungry and eager to meet your family, but you’re caught in traffic. Disappointment sets in. Nevertheless, you’re used to it because it happens frequently.
Your two small children are yelling for your attention and are hungry when you finally enter your home at 6:04 PM. You microwave some frozen meals despite being well aware that they are unhealthy and that you simply lack the time to consider, much less prepare food. Even after a short meal of Salisbury steak, your day is far from ending.
It’s time to wash the laundry, read to the kids, and, of course, finish off the day’s worth of unfinished business from the office. When can you get some rest? You keep telling yourself this at night.
But the same old tale is told every night. After midnight, you collapse into bed and close your eyes. Your thoughts are still racing from the day just gone and the hectic day that is coming. Therefore, you toss and turn in the hopes of getting some sleep before your 6:00 AM wake-up call (a gratingly loud alarm clock).
for fifteen years now).
Then it restarts the next day. You’re exhausted from work, pressed for time, under stress, and unable to break the loop.
What do you do then?
First things first, breathe deeply. Just from reading this far, you’re undoubtedly feeling agitated.
Do the following to obtain a better night’s sleep tonight:
1) Get a notepad, and spend five minutes writing freely before going to bed. The goal is to put all of your thoughts—past, present, and future—on paper, where they will be safe and secure. Your mind will be clearer, as a result, making it simpler for you to fall asleep.
2) Purchase a new alarm clock that plays classical music as it gently wakes you up. Your morning routine will be greatly improved by this. Set the alarm for 15 to 20 minutes earlier than when you typically get up in the morning. It will slowly awaken you by turning on and will do it in a very peaceful manner.
3) Include a couple of really nutritious snacks in your regular routine. A prepackaged bag of 2-ounce baby carrots is one of my favorites. They are delicious, healthy, and require no preparation. Eat them when you’re hungry at work or on the way home. Raw almonds are an excellent additional snack. Eating well is effective