Wow! You’ve got your Phase 1 completed, it’s awesome you’ve made so far! Now you know what skin care products to use for better skin.
So what else you should do besides paying attention to your skin care products? This one is always important…ya! That’s sleep!
Sleep is a basic building block for sustaining life and that sleep, like digestion, respiration and meaningful relationships, is one of the most important processes for the human body. During sleep the body heals, grows, and replenishes itself so that people can thrive with abundant, vibrant lives. Without enough sleep, our skin becomes dull and we look like much older than we should.
Now learn the following 3 unconventional but great sleeping tips to make you always look young and feel energetic!
How To Do That
1. Watch Your Food Intake
The body is sensitive to all of the things you do to it, expect of it and feel throughout the day. Food digestion is a key function of the body that influences many things, including sleep.
Having simple carbs in the evening has a relaxing effect on many people and helps with relaxation and sleep. Keep in mind how close you’re eating to bedtime. Ideally, you should stop eating three hours before bed. Digestion requires a lot of energy and time. If the body is busy digesting your last meal, you will have problems falling and staying asleep. Give your body the break it needs during the night to heal and repair you by allowing it to be free of the job of digesting food.
2. Drink Calming Tea After A Warm Bath
Magnesium is a mineral responsible for many functions in the body. One of its most important functions is calming muscles. By adding magnesium to a warm bath with some essential oil, you will be able to relax and drift into a deep sleep. Having a cup of herbal tea in the evening is calming and when done regularly (like turning off screens, taking a bath or reading a book), functions as an important signal to the brain and body that time for rest is near, allowing the required systems to begin their work. Chamomile tea has long been thought to be a helpful sleep aid.
3. Move Your Body Daily
Exercise has numerous benefits, it improves heart health and blood pressure, builds bone and muscle, helps combat stress and muscle tension, improves mood, and improves sleep. It helps you sleep sounder and longer and feel more awake during the day.
If you find it hard to allocate time for exercise, try this 7-minute workout