4 Tips To Improve The Quality Of Your Sleep
Sleep is important. In fact, it’s so important that it can negatively affect everything about your health if you routinely don’t get enough. So here are a few things you can do to help you get some quality z’s on a nightly basis.
Your body has an internal clock, also known as your circadian rhythm. Many functions in your body that occur on a daily basis, such as the release or suppression of certain hormones, are regulated by this circadian rhythm. These hormones play a huge role in determining how awake or sleepy you feel. And we’ll give you one guess as to what one external factor plays a huge role in keeping this internal clock of yours running smoothly.
Exposure to sunlight on a daily basis is vital for the release of hormones that make you feel alert, but it also sets the stage for the proper release of sleep inducing hormones later on in the evening. Keeping yourself cooped up in your house of office under the fluorescent lights we’ve all grown accustomed to just isn’t the same.