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February 11, 2017, 04:25 PM
In winter, most of us become “dormouse”. Not everyone manages to get out of bed when it is still dark outside, and even more so, to feel active and cheerful at the same time.
A few simple recommendations from experts will help ease the morning rises and help the body move from sleep to wakefulness without stress for the body.
- Follow the daily routine — go to bed no later than 10–11 pm, while trying to have dinner no later than 3 hours before bedtime. At night, it is better not to drink alcohol, coffee, heavy and fatty foods — this adversely affects the quality of sleep and contributes to insomnia.
- Choose the right position for sleeping. The most optimal is lying on your back. Psychologists say that this is the pose of a happy and self-confident person. Refuse to sleep with your face in the pillow: in addition to being harmful to the skin, this position can cause oxygen starvation and lead to morning migraines.
- Pay attention to the humidity in the bedroom. Too dry air can cause irritability, nervousness and anxiety. In addition, dry air can lead to various respiratory diseases. Therefore, doctors strongly recommend the use of a humidifier.
- Connect fragrant artillery to the fight for the morning “waking up”. A pleasant morning shower with an invigorating aroma can do more than a cup of coffee. Just choose the water temperature that is comfortable for you — too cold will be stressful for the body that has not yet woken up, and hot can “lull” you again. Best of all, shower gels with sea and citrus scents cope with the task of “waking up and invigorating”.
- Do not too active, but effective morning exercises. You can stretch well or do a few dance moves. Science has proven that a light warm-up will help saturate the tissues with oxygen, and therefore, wake up easier and faster.
The opinion of the editors may not coincide with the opinion of the author of the article.