Basically, everyone knows that a healthy sleep rhythm is essential for their own health. If you sleep too long every day or go to bed too late, you are disrupting your own biological rhythm (sleep rhythm), which in turn has countless disadvantages. In other words, as a result, you feel significantly less balanced, more exhausted, more lethargic, less concentrated and more sickly.
Get up with nature
For this reason, it is very important to keep your own sleep rhythm in balance. It is very inspiring if you lie down, for example, between 22:00 p.m. and midnight, or rather fall asleep at these times, and then get up in the early hours of the morning, for example between 24:00 a.m. and 07:00 a.m. (of course this varies the times from person to person. We are all completely individual and also have a completely own feeling in this regard). The feeling of waking up in the morning because of seeing the sunrise and being able to experience the special atmosphere of the morning is very beneficial in that regard. The morning atmosphere is therefore also extremely pleasant, at least according to my feelings. On the other hand, when we get up every day at lunchtime (or in the morning), we automatically feel a feeling of having missed something, yes, it can feel "imperfect". Experiencing the morning, especially dawn, is therefore an important thing (“rising with the sun”). Of course, it should be said at this point that not everyone can benefit from this morning atmosphere, especially not if you drive five times a week (under stress) to a corresponding job. But that's not what this article is about, it's about changing our own sleep rhythm.
A healthy and natural sleeping rhythm is almost essential for our own mental, physical and spiritual health..!!
Anyone who has been following my blog for a long time has certainly noticed that in the past I have repeatedly struggled with sleep rhythms that have gotten out of control. Far too often I found myself in phases in which I only went to bed between 04:00 and 06:00 in the morning (I often preferred the daily or rather nightly work to my health).
Normalize your sleep rhythm within a few days
Ultimately, however, this put a lot of strain on my psyche again and again and I then increasingly felt a deterioration in my overall mental, physical and emotional condition. In the meantime, or for the last 1-2 weeks, I have been able to get my sleeping rhythm back to normal, i.e. since then I have been lying down at 01:00 a.m. at most. No matter what is pending for me personally or is unfinished, I simply finish my activities and go to bed, no ifs or buts (I often finish my activities an hour earlier, the rest of the time I take it easy and put my body prepares for the upcoming sleep). At the beginning I always shortened my rhythm by an hour. I went to bed at 04:00 am instead of 03:00 am and got up at 13:00 pm instead of 12:00 pm. I shifted my times by an hour from day to day. At the same time, I used sport to be able to achieve a corresponding tiredness in the evening. Of course there are also some supplements that can support you in this regard, for example Gaba (gamma-amino-butyric acid) or the hormone melatonin, but in my experience physical activity (or in general a lot of exercise) is by far the most effective method. If I personally do strength training and then go running (preferably around 20:00 p.m.), then it not only makes my sleep much more restful, it also promotes tiredness in the evening. The effect is even huge and has helped me a lot in changing my own sleeping rhythm. Within a few days I was able to normalize my sleeping rhythm and subsequently improve my health.
Sufficient exercise is of the utmost importance for our own health. Apart from the fact that our cells are supplied with more oxygen, we also connect to the universal principle of rhythm and vibration. Everything flows, everything moves and everything that is based on rigidity - for example rigid life patterns, becomes a burden over time..!!
For all those of you who also cannot fall asleep well in the evening or are struggling with an unbalanced sleeping rhythm, I can therefore heartily recommend sporting activities or a lot of exercise (of course you should generally move a lot, that is not the case Ask). Our cells are supplied with more oxygen, our blood circulation is promoted and our hormonal production is improved. In addition, we feel more balanced and happier overall through sport or sufficient exercise. Our body then produces more serotonin as a result, which means we have more, or rather enough, melatonin, because our sleep hormone melatonin is formed from serotonin. In this sense stay healthy, happy and live a life in harmony.
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