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Photo – Saad Ibn Sayyid

Sleeping too little or too late often warns us about the health implications. While these habits are legal concerns and may even lead to insomnia and irregular sleep habits, the other side, too much sleep or excessive sleep is also harmful.
Excessive sleep can be the result of many factors. Stress, unbalanced diet, overwork, etc. In severe cases, some people may need to consult a doctor. However, it may be worthwhile to try to adjust some habits to a sedentary lifestyle.

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In addition to being simple, adapting and sticking to the routine helps a person get the quality of sleep he or she enjoys. Setting aside time for waking up, preparing healthy and balanced meals, exercising regularly and going to bed will help the body develop its own schedule and work accordingly, thus preventing overeating or insomnia.

Creating the perfect sleeping environment

It can prepare the body and the brain for sleep by creating a sleeping environment, which makes sleep much easier. It is essential for a good night’s sleep. It may be helpful to try to filter out background noise with earbuds. The room temperature is also an important consideration. In a very hot or very cold room, healthy sleep is unthinkable. Adjusting the fan speed or the temperature of the air conditioner to get the desired temperature will help you fall asleep faster.

Changing alarm habits

Love and hate are commonplace with alarms. Sleeping and sleeping for the last few minutes is challenging. However, using a light alarm or sunrise instead of a high jingle will help you to wake up calmly and naturally, thus preventing frustration caused by severe and aggressive alarms, and reducing the risk of falling asleep. This helps you to wake up on time rather than overeating.

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Avoid caffeine

Caffeine is essential for some people to function. However, since caffeine helps us stay awake, it is not surprising that it is pushed back before bedtime. Caffeine a few hours before bedtime helps the body and mind relax, and gradually prepares for sleep.

Removing the technologies

Blue lights from phones and computers affect sleep. At Harvard Medical School, Harvard Health Publishing shared an article about the harmful effects of blue light on sleep. They explain how any kind of light negatively affects the production of melatonin (a hormone that regulates the sleep cycle), but blue light has a much worse effect. So getting rid of electronics before going to bed is one way to better sleep and learn for a longer period of time.

Avoid overdosing and excessive sleep on weekends

Many use the weekends to keep up with their sleep. However, sleeping longer on weekends can affect a person’s sleep schedule and health. According to the American Heart Association, individuals who spend more time on weekends are more likely to have cardiovascular health than those who do not.

In addition, getting enough sleep during the day can make a person feel more tired or slower if he or she never gets enough rest. Staying in the water helps you stay awake during the day.

Other activities include reading a book, meditating and stretching before going to bed, keeping track of sleep habits, and listening to soothing music can help improve sleep quality and prevent excessive sleepiness.