Beauty Rest Needed, Exercise, And Foods

 Now facing the threat of the novel coronavirus, it is necessary to have enough beauty rest to boost the immune system.

In research in Germany, it was discovered that one of the best medicine for any disease is getting enough sleep. Because it improves the body's ability to activate and strengthen immune cells to target and fight infection.

To make sure that there is quality sleep, also make sure that there is good sleep hygiene.

* Expose yourself to natural sunlight in the morning and act immediately.

*Avoid caffeine after 2pm. If drinking alcohol, limit consumption to 1 or 2 drinks.

* Have regular exercise and keep the workout in the morning or afternoon.

* Avoid eating too much near bedtime.

* Avoid thinking negative things before going to sleep.

* Practice stress management techniques such as deep breathing, yoga, meditation, stretching, and reading a book.

* Take a shower before going to bed

* Turn off electronics at least 30-60 minutes before bedtime.

* Sleep at a reasonable time, 2 hours before 12 midnight

* Keep the room as dark as possible. Turn off the TV screen

*Set the room temperature according to the correct coldness desired.

There are only a few mentioned to fall asleep immediately and have a beauty rest to recharge the body.

The beauty of a woman is not in a facial mode but the true beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul.
Do not get depressed when you perform a beautiful deed and no one notices. Most of the audience is still asleep despite the sun's daily display of beauty.
A healthy adult needs at least seven hours of sleep per night. Most people can fall asleep for no more than eight hours and yet feel rested. Including weekends, go to bed and rise at the same hour every day. Consistency strengthens the sleep-wake cycle in your body.
Don't overeat or go to bed hungry. Avoid eating a big, heavy dinner right before bed, in particular. You might not sleep due to discomfort. Alcohol, caffeine, and nicotine should all be used with caution. Nicotine and caffeine have energizing effects that take hours to subside and can disrupt sleep. Additionally, alcohol might interfere with sleep later in the night, even if it may make you feel drowsy at first.
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