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This infographic provides 18 science-backed sleep tips to make you more productive. It was created by Reuben Yonatan from GetVoIP.
Insomnia is a real problem in America. Aside from zapping your productivity and energy, lack of sleep can lead to serious health issues like obesity, depression, or inflammatory disease.
There are many things that we do without thinking that can end up making it difficult to fall asleep at night.
Things like looking at your phone before bed, drinking too much coffee during the day, or taking naps too late in the day can all hinder a good night’s sleep.
But, luckily researchers studying the science of sleep have uncovered strategies that you can follow that can help you get to bed.
For instance, one study found that stressful activities before bed can cause secretions of cortisol, which increases your alertness. Combine that with a study that looking at a screen in a dark room can suppress melatonin, which is the chemical your body secretes to tell you to sleep, and you begin to realize that maybe reading about news stories on your social media feed before bed is actually doing you no good.
Other sleep tips include:
- Wearing socks to be can help promote the rapid onset of sleep.
- Keep your bedroom at 60-75 degrees at night.
- Use natural light to wake up to help reset your circadian rhythms.
This infographic has been published by GetVoIP.
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