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The most important thing you need to know to sleep better

The most important thing you need to know to sleep better

Your brain has an internal clock. This clock manages all your body’s functions. It tells your body when to sleep, when to digest, etc. The most important thing you can do to get a good night’s sleep is to make sure this clock is properly set. But how do you do this?

The most effective way to set this clock is to wake up at the same time every day. By doing so, your body will instinctively know when it’s time to rest and when it’s time to wake up.

When your internal clock is set, you have less trouble falling asleep and wake up more easily. This leads to better, more restful sleep.
What’s more, it can improve your overall health, mood and ability to concentrate during the day.

But what happens when this clock goes wrong? The most common way to derange the internal clock is to go to bed much later than usual. Your body becomes disoriented for several days. It’s like jet lag.

Your body no longer knows when to fall asleep, when to digest, etc…

So, even if it’s tempting to stay up late at weekends, try to keep to a regular sleep schedule. Ideally, you shouldn’t sleep more than 2 hours later than usual. Your body and mind will thank you. Of course, life can sometimes disrupt this routine, but the aim is to remain as regular as possible.

To sum up

  • Regularity is the key to good sleep and good health.
  • Waking up at regular times is the most important thing for a good night’s sleep.
  • Try not to shift too much on your days off


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