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Tips for Good Sleep

A person spends about a third of his life in sleep. How and how much we sleep directly affects the immune system, memory and even the figure. In the following article, we will talk about how much sleep you need to feel good, where insomnia comes from and how to overcome it.

Don’t Sacrifice Sleep

It turns out that a modern person sleeps on average one and a half hours less than our ancestors – not nine, but seven and a half hours. The reason for this is the acceleration of the rhythm of life. Food, work, fitness, entertainment – we want to do everything, but there are still only 24 hours in a day we save on sleep. We are trying to get it on the weekend, but this is not enough for the body. So before you press the PlayAmo login button and start playing different games at night, first make sure you get enough sleep and keep your body in shape.

However, the amount of sleep sufficient for good health is very individual. Stories are known about individuals who only had four hours of sleep. But there are very few such lucky ones. 

Don’t Hope for Discoveries in Sleep

Everyone knows the story that Dmitri Mendeleev invented his famous table of chemical elements in a dream. Many scientists made discoveries in their sleep. After all, the brain is arranged in such a way that in a dream there is an analysis and sorting of the impressions accumulated during the day. Thus, after hard work, it is in a state of rest solutions to issues that have been troubling you for a long time can come.

By the way, Mendeleev reacted to the story that he invented his table in a dream with irony. In general, sleeping in order to make a great discovery is not enough. You will have to work hard on it.

Don’t Oversleep

Insomnia is one of the most common problems for people. Against the background of stress, it happens to absolutely all people, but 15 to 30% of people around the world suffer from chronic insomnia, which lasts more than three months. The causes of insomnia can be both medical and psychological, such as depression. Chronic insomnia increases the risk of many diseases, from obesity to diabetes.

If you have been sleeping poorly for a long time, start by contacting a therapist. By the way, sleeping more than 10 hours a day, it turns out, is also dangerous to health and is fraught with obesity, migraines, back pain, and heart and vascular diseases. So, if you sleep for a long time and cannot wake up, this is also a reason to see a doctor.

Ensure Total Darkness

Whatever the cause of insomnia or oversleeping, doctors recommend that you first establish a sleep pattern. Getting up and going to bed should be done at the same time. 

Another important condition is complete darkness, in which the hormone melatonin is produced. It lowers blood pressure, body temperature and blood glucose levels, that is, it does everything to provide the body with a calm, deep sleep.

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