Good Night Sweet Dreams Take Care #gnsdtc

Night is a special time. A time to recharge (not just) your (phone) batteries. A time to reflect on the day that has gone by. And a time to let go of the past and get ready for the future. If you have read this post before, here’s wishing you a good night’s sleep. If you haven’t or if you wish to remind yourself of what’s important, read on. And then read no more, until it’s dawn. 24 hours every day, that is what we get, and sometimes 24 hours seem woefully inadequate. Borrowing a few hours of time from your sleep time feels like the right thing to do, the smart thing to do. Until it doesn’t. Bad sleep habits become life-long bad habits. Here are some of the things that you should do: If it’s bed time already, do not read this post, go sleep. If it’s bed time and you do read this post, do not read or listen to or watch anything after this post. Lock your phone and close your eyes. Don’t steal time from sleep. If you think you can make do with less sleep, you might be wrong.

The Importance of a Sleep Schedule

As a child, the rules of bedtime are usually strictly enforced, depending on the child’s parents. The wakeup time is also usually consistent since the child is often attending school most days of the week. Children have this advantage of a sleep schedule over most adults, who often don’t follow much of a schedule at all.

Sleep consumes a third of our entire lives; it’s one of the most important things we do. The quality of our sleep affects every aspect of our life; it’s certainly nothing to take lightly. Luckily, scientists have discovered exactly what we need to do to have healthy sleep and benefit from these hours of rest.

Sticking to a sleep schedule has been found to be one of the most important aspects of sleeping. Those who stick to a sleep schedule reap numerous health benefits and have far more energy than the average person.

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