Rejuvenating Sleep will include the following topics:
It is more than 100 years since Edison invented the lightbulb. However, even in this ‘always-on’, increasingly digitized age, the ‘early to bed, early to rise’ modus operandi still presents significant health benefits. Going to bed early promotes easier, deeper sleep, leaving people more refreshed.
Humans are not nocturnal creatures. Until relatively recently, humankind lived by the light of the sun. This is evidenced by the fact that, in ancient times, sun worship was an important element of completely unconnected civilizations living on different sides of the planet.
Melatonin, the sleep hormone, is secreted in darkness, with research specifically suggesting that the body is primed to produce melatonin between the hours of 8pm and 10pm. Find out more about melatonin, and its role in the body, by viewing the embedded video.
Trying to tackle a new day without sufficient rest can have a significant impact on health and wellbeing. For a happy, balanced life, getting enough sleep is crucial.
When an individual misses out on sleep, their concentration, productivity, mood, and physical health can all suffer. Fortunately, a person can drastically improve both sleep duration and quality by putting in place some key strategies and lifestyle changes. The attached PDF delves deeper into the effectiveness of chamomile tea and other herbal remedies as sleep aids.