If the light is good during the day, it should be avoided at night – artificial light, of course, because natural light has already disappeared – because it disrupts the circadian rhythm. Low light stimulates the pineal gland to release MelatoninIt is a hormone that stimulates sleep. Our metabolism begins to slow, our body temperature drops, and stress hormones become less active, bringing us out of our alert state and preparing us for sleep.
4. You don’t have time to sleep
One day you will go to bed at 10 p.m. In the other, he watches football and sleeps in the middle of the night. And on the weekend, dawn comes… Know that not having a routine before bedtime confuses the circadian rhythm, which affects the quality of sleep and can cause several harms to your health. The ideal is to always go to bed and wake up at around the same time, including Saturday and Sunday, to keep your “internal sleep clock” regulated.
5. Your stress is too high
Traffic, meeting, emails, meeting, lunch, meeting, picking up the kids from school, traffic… routine pressure Increases the production of cortisol and adrenaline. These hormones prepare your body for an alert situation in which you need to “flight or fight.” Excessive consumption of these substances harms sleep and hinders the restoration of energy levels in the body. Furthermore, high levels of cortisol impair testosterone production.
It is important that you develop habits that help you relax, so that stress does not affect your health. And try not to take your problems to bed. doing exercises, He contemplates Reading a book are some methods that help relieve stress resulting from a busy day.
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