how to sleep better

Feb
02
2014

Despite the obvious of what is negative happening in the world, it’s often how we respond to the negative that can make a BIG difference in your personal life. So what is happening in your personal life and how are you responding to it? When you think about how you respond to stress, negativity or what a loved one might be doing to upset you the response can take on a hidden effect that interrupts your daily life, energy level , eating habits and enthusiasm for being ALIVE. Which leads to the scientifically proven activity that improves happiness – which is SLEEP. Research shows that  adults  require 6 hours and 20 minutes of uninterrupted sleep. Over 60 million Americans  have chronic sleep disorders, which not only effects your well – being but also may have a deleterious effect upon you physical health and your happiness. Number On Activity interrupting Your Happiness

Here are a few tips for improving your sleep:

– Talk to a friend or mentor, air out your worries, concerns and talk it out. It’s important to empty the mind and replace it with what you desire , not what you fear. Fear is an unproductive response which can grow like a weed taking over the  positivity in your mind. Place your mental energy toward the positive and tell yourself that everything will be okay. Set the intention before you go to bed, that tonight will be a good night’s sleep!

– Have your last meal before 6:00 p.m. – your body requires energy to digest and different types of food could be interrupting a natural physiological process. Have a nice cup of green or mint tea (decaffeinated) to rest your digestion and calm the body.

– Keep any pesky illuminated mobile, computer or TV screens away from your bedroom. The light zaps your body and can deplete the natural biorhythms you require to attain a restful sleep, for one thing.

– Try listening to a meditation CD to lull you to sleep. Soft music and slow meditative breathing is a positive way to drown out the chatter in your mind.

–  Most women have trouble sleeping due to a lack of magnesium and calcium. Try taking those two supplements before you go to bed, it can work wonders.

Remember 10% of life is what happens to you, 90% is how you respond to it.

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“America’s Happyologist” Jackie Ruka is a lifestyle strategist and inspiration coach , who founded the Get Happy Zone (www.gethappyzone.com) personal development organization. She is also the author of the action guide, “Get Happy and Create a Kick Butt Life, a Toolbox for Rapidly Activating the Life You Desire.” Contact Jackie and take her Become Fearless Quiz online at www.tinyurl.com/HappinessQuiz.

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