The Ultimate Rabbit Hole #121
How has your week been? I’m hoping not too stressful, and that your weekend has a healthy serving of self care thrown in 🙂
I’ve been thinking and reading a lot about sleep lately, and I wanted to share some articles with you today. We ALL have sleep in common. Whether we get our trusty 8 hours or are sleep deprived parents…whether we have the perfect bed-time routine or still stay up playing on our phones…or whether we prioritise sleep, or hustle throughout the night.
But no matter your sleep habits, one thing is for sure. Adequate sleep is the most important thing you can do for your physical, emotional, and mental health. Sleep is where our cells regenerate, our memories sort information, and our bodies repair from the day.
So, with that in mind, here are my favourite SLEEP related links of the week! 🙂
Do you struggle to sleep because your mind won’t stop racing? Here is what the experts say to do.
Or perhaps you are too tense going to bed, and need to learn to relax. Here are 4 effective bedtime strategies for reducing stress levels.
An interesting look at the link between inflammation and sleep. As someone with an auto-immune condition, this is so relevant!
Ever pulled an all-nighter? Whether due to study, work, kids, or other, all-nighters have some really bad effects on our minds.
Ugh, I knew my sleep has been getting worse as I get older. I don’t remember being so tired when I was in my 20’s, and it turns out I may have been right. Your sleep might start getting worse in your 30’s.
Have a child with sleep deprivation? Here are some tips to help them get a better sleep.
Think everyone needs 8 hours? Wrong! Here are 5 myths about sleep that may be making it worse for you.
I kept being told that stretching was good for sleep, but I never did it. Then, I did a few at-home yoga sessions in the evening, and MAN did I sleep great! Here are 6 easy stretches to help you sleep.
So, I hope some of those helped! Tell me in the comments below…what do you struggle with in terms of sleep? Have you tried any techniques above?
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