You do not have to tell me that it is hard to go to bed after you put your child to sleep for the night.
As we have busier days ahead, the most important thing that gets deprived is the time we sleep, if we get a good night sleep there is no better happier life one can lead. Adequate sleep is important for the overall health and immunity of children and adults. Thanks to technology and virtual media, even if we are on the verge of dropping off to snore, there is a profile picture that we wanted to check in the social media. That is the beginning of the sleep to be tucked away and time flies by the time we realize that is hours we spent checking things that are not very important.
Spending a night without electronic gadgets, or the alarm will give you the most relaxed feeling to get sleep early and wake up refreshed in the morning, the average time of sleep varies from person to person, yet the most important thing is to keep your stomach light so that you are comfortable getting to bed and resting. Adults and teenagers are the most affected lot as they spend a lot of time reading, studying and checking out emails either officially or personally, it is better to keep office work away as you step into your comfortable nest, and students can just relax without the books for some time. Read good books and check my reference with your friends around to induce sleep with a warm glass of milk, it will soon become your daily habit.
Once their little heads hit the pillow it feels like it’s “you time,” right? You’re on Facebook, catching up on your favorite shows, getting in a little quality time with your boo, and enjoying the quiet that comes with your kids’ bedtime. But then you find yourself staying up way too late, you wake up groggy the next morning and the cycle continues.
I had to finally realize that I was doing myself no favors by starting the day wishing that I still had more time to sleep. One day it hit me that while yes, my children wear me out, I was complicating matters by not giving my body the rest it needed to recover from a long day.