Sleep for Physical and Spiritual Immunity

Sleep is one of the physiological needs and in case of neglect, some problems arise.

may come out. On the other hand, sleep is also a mental need, so its deprivation is psychological.

processes may be adversely affected. For example, developing depression due to sleep disorders.

In addition, neuropsychological studies conducted today may reveal some of the information we have just learned.

revealed that encoding into memory occurs during sleep. When we consider sleep together with all these; It would not be wrong to say that sleep is the main function for physical and spiritual immunity.

• First, define your sleep problem. ‘I can’t fall asleep. I wake up at night.’ as.

What could be the possible causes for your problem? Make a list. Seeing the concrete cause can sometimes be enough for a solution.

• Eating after a certain time can cause sleep problems. That’s why you should stop eating after a certain time. Do not go to bed hungry either, if you feel hungry close to bedtime, you can consume light snacks.

• You may experience sleep problems when your daily caffeine consumption is high. You should reduce the amount of caffeine consumption.

• Regular exercise can help solve your sleep problem. You should do the exercise 5-6 hours before your sleep time.

• You should not sleep during the day (don’t take a nap either).

• It will help you to make your bedroom quiet, dark and slightly cold.

• Each individual is unique; sleep is also unique. Therefore, an approach like everyone should sleep 8 hours is not correct. Sleep that rests you and fits your daily plans is right for you.

• Do not go to bed without feeling sleepy. If you don’t feel sleepy at bedtime, do something else (reading a book, listening to light music). Find something relaxing, but not stimulating. Discard the thought of worrying about sleep from your mind. This will relax your body and distract your thoughts.

• If you still haven’t fallen asleep after 15 minutes, get out of bed. Find something else to relax you. If possible, move to another room.

• Establish routines that will condition you for sleep each night before you go to bed. It could be a warm bath, brushing your teeth, or a few minutes of reading. You should do it in the same order every day. For example; such as wearing pajamas, brushing teeth, drinking water and going to bed.

• The times you go to sleep and wake up should be the same every day. For example, 23:00-23:30 is the time to go to bed; It’s like waking up at 8:00 in the morning. Practice this the same way every day no matter what. This will help you plan your day.

• Do not use your bed for any purpose other than sleep. You should not do activities such as eating in bed, studying, watching TV series.

You may find it difficult to do these in the first days. Do not give up. Proceed with patience.

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