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After a lot of work in the office, late in the night, after work, after going home, watching TV for hours or staying on the computer, one does not have sound sleep at all and sometimes stays asleep till late on weekends. While the balance goes far from the expected level with your routine of sleep, your health, success and development faces split-up.
Your wrong sleep habits are not only harmful to your health, but they also have an adverse effect on your personality. Psychiatrists predict the way how you can balance your sleep and give better performance in the field.
How many hours of sleep is necessary?
There have been many researches on how many hours of sleep are necessary for a normal person. Since different sleeping needs of an individual may be more or less nearer to standard. So, sleep for at least 6 hours and up to 9 hours is considered correct.
Understand the way to sleep
A healthy sleep is not only necessary for a healthy life, but your sleeping pattern is also very important. That is, at what time do you go to sleep at night and wake up at what time in the morning, also affects your health and ability to work.
Some people sleepless throughout the week but sleep longer on weekends. This method of sleeping is harmful to health. Regarding sleep, it is very important to stay on routine.
These problems can happen
If you take less sleep or more than necessary, it can have many disadvantages if the balance of sleep is disturbed. Due to less sleep, often people do not pay attention or do not concentrate in a particular subject, which affects their performance.
At the same time, excessive sleep causes restlessness, headache, sluggishness in the body, which can affect your ability to work.
Change these habits
The sleep time-table should be corrected and it should not affect your performance incorrectly, so it is important that you take these precautions in your routine.
(i) Keep a 45-minute gap between sleeping and watching TV.
(ii) Control the habit of watching TV or working on a computer for too long.
(iii) Get into the habit of reading a book or listening to music before bedtime.
(iv) Reduce your intake of tea and coffee.
(v) Abstain from consuming alcohol.
(vi) Take a balanced diet before sleeping.
These minor changes in your lifestyle will surely keep your sleep balance right and help you succeed in your professional field.