How to get your body and mind to optimize the sleep cycle
By now, we’ve all been told that the key to getting your body to sleep well is sleep.
That’s not quite true, says Dr Karen Beaumont, a sleep researcher at the University of Queensland.
If your body’s natural circadian rhythms are off, you might be better off not getting up at all.
But what happens when your body does get a little bit of sleep?
Sleep is a vital part of our health and wellbeing, so it’s worth trying to get as much sleep as possible.
Sleep expert Karen Beauma discusses the best way to get the most from sleep and why it might not always be the most optimal.
Sleep can be a valuable resource for the body and brain The idea that sleep is important for your health is one that has been around for a long time, and it’s an idea that has evolved over time.
As the science of sleep improves, we’re increasingly aware that it can be used as a resource for health and well-being.
But how much sleep is right for you?
Sleep can also be a useful resource for your body.
It’s been linked to a range of physiological and behavioural changes that can have a positive effect on your body, says sleep expert Karen Segal.
In particular, research shows that getting the right amount of sleep can help with energy balance, stress relief and mood.
In fact, the amount of time you spend asleep can have more of an impact on your mood than any of your other physiological or behavioural health factors, she says.
But that doesn’t mean that getting enough sleep is always a bad thing.
If you’re struggling to fall asleep, it’s probably not a good idea to try to sleep as little as possible, says Segal, because you could be sleeping too much.
The best way for you to get enough sleep isn’t necessarily to go to bed early or get up too early.
That may be best for you if you’re experiencing symptoms of insomnia or anxiety.
However, if you do need to get up early, you’ll need to take a step back from that too.
“If you’re in a really bad mood or you’re feeling very anxious or depressed, it might be more beneficial to just try to get a bit more sleep,” she says, rather than sleeping too little.
Sleep experts agree that the best advice to get optimal sleep is to be patient.
But the best thing to do when you’re having a tough time is to take the time to think about it.
“The best thing you can do is to have the patience and the patience with your body,” says Segel, because if you can’t get the rest you need, it will only get worse.
“Your body needs that rest.
You have to sleep in the best shape you can, and that means getting a bit of rest.”
Sleep isn’t just about getting the best sleep, says Beaumoont.
“There are all kinds of other things that can help you to sleep better and to sleep more naturally,” she explains.
The key to optimum sleep is getting enough time to fall back into sleep