Sleep Is It Really That Important ?
Sleep is by far one of the most important parts of your staying healthy building blocks.
Deep sleep is when your body does all of it’s rebuilding and energizing.
If you fall short of the proper amount of rest you could take away from all the other good things you are doing heath wise.
The right amount of sleep is between 7 to 9 hrs. a night.
When you get into your senior years a lot of people have problems getting to sleep, and when they do, you have the wake up and go to the rest room.
There are a few good ideas to help you get the rest your body deserves, first you shouldn’t eat any food just before retiring, and you should train yourself to hit the rack
at the same time every night.
You also Should threw the course of the day do some kind of exertion to get you a little tired, sitting around all day is the worst thing you can do.
After people retire that really don’t know what to do, they get bored and sometimes get into a state of depression.
Set up a exercise program for at least one hour a day go to the mall and walk, or if it’s nice outside and walk around the block, keep your body moving.
Find your self a hobby, It’s tuff to go from getting up every morning with your day planed for you.
With your day job gone you have no where to go.
Now you have to fill that gap.
My father went yard sailing every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday he would buy all the fishing equipment he could find.
Reels, poles, anything to do with fishing.
Then Monday till Thursday he would redo all the equipment and make it like new.
He had a route of about eleven bait and tackle shops that he would put his reels and poles in and would split with the store owner.
He made a good buck and the most important thing is he kept himself busy mentally and physically.
He slept like a rock every night.