After a long day at work, you go home and all you want to do is lie down and rest your tired mind and body. But after some twists and turns, you still can’t get yourself to sleep.
Getting a good night’s sleep may oftentimes be elusive, especially for adults. According to the 2016 Healthy Living Index Survey, around 46 percent of Filipinos suffer from sleep deprivation and at least 32 percent could only sleep for a maximum of six hours a day.
While the best things in life are free, sleep is oftentimes a neglected area of one’s well-being. At this age when people get stressed with both work and social obligations, sleep deprivation is actually more common than what has been thought of to be.Make sure that your partners for sleeping — pillows and mattresses — give you the right support and comfort for a good night’s sleep.
Today, The Manila Times and premium mattress brand Comfort Living offered through Lazada point out five possible culprits of preventing one from having a good night’s sleep.
Late afternoon coffee
Caffeine is a natural memory and energy enhancer, but having a coffee fix in the evening might not be a good idea. You might think that just because you regularly down caffeinated drinks, you already developed a tolerance to it. If you really want to have a restful sleep at night, consider replacing your nightcap with a relaxing and calming chamomile tea.
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Health tips summary from The Manila Times.
Author: The Manila Times