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10 Things You Should Not Do Before Going To Bed!

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Last Updated on: June 17, 2019 by: Celebs Podium

There are some unwanted practices that prevent you from a good sleep. The lack of sleep results in preventing the body from strengthening the immune system. Moreover, it increases the risk of new and advanced respiratory diseases and also affects body weight. Sleeplessness affect hormone production, including growth hormones and testosterone in men.

Therefore, these are 10 things you should not do before going to bed. It keeps your anxiety on high alert and generally ruins your sleep.

Using Electronics Devices

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We may have the necessary electronics devices such as laptops, mobile phones etc. But, it stimulates the mind and keeps you awake. The activities such as watching TV, texting, checking social media, scrolling the internet before the sleep does not give you a better sleep. So, these activities ruins your night.

Argue & Quarrel

Although anger is a healthy emotion, it may have adverse effect on your health if not handled properly. Arguing or quarreling with someone before bedtime keeps you in a state of fight or flight that makes you hard for a restful sleep. So, the bedroom must be the argument-free zone.

Eating Fatty Foods

You may prefer to have some snacks before your sleep. Eating spicy and delicious snacks might be the good idea, but not for all time.

The fried and delicious foods make your stomach work overtime to digest, which causes discomfort in sleeping. Avoid these snacks at the night or have some healthy and light diet.

Read: 8 Essential & Primary Healthy Eating for an Agile Lifestyle

Consuming Caffeinated Beverages

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There are other items rather than tea or coffee that contains caffeine. The examples are sodas, hot chocolate, frozen yoghurt and energy drinks.

Such foods increase adrenaline and energy levels that that will keep you active rather than helping you to fall asleep. Dietician and nutritionist suggest that caffeinated food items should be consumed earlier in the day.

Works

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Working just before the bedtime makes it hard for relaxation. We cannot sleep well if we start to think about is the office report or assignments for the upcoming day.

Similarly, checking the mail from your workstation may make you nervous or agitated. Therefore, such activities should be performed earlier or in the next morning.

Thinking About Life

Do not start to think about your life right before the bedtime. Sometimes, your mind may be running wild with worries regarding what to do in my life.

It affects your sleep in the night. Instead, the activities like yoga, meditation, mantras or listening relaxation music promote your sleep.

Drinking Excessive Amount Of Alcohol

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You might enjoy one of two glass of wine before bedtime. However, it is not the best way to get a good  sleep at night. Alcohol helps you to fall asleep quicker and enjoy a deeper sleep, but it also interferes the other aspects of your rest. Studies suggest that consuming alcoholic beverages before to getting some shut-eye can reduce rapid eye movement sleep.

Taking Hot Bath

It is easier to fell asleep if you are fresh after taking bath. But, it is not a good way to slip into steaming water right before bedtime. Your body temperature cools down in the evening, but the hot water spikes it up again. So, you can do this activity earlier in the day.

Drinking A Lot Of Water

Drinking a lot of water in a day is good for health. Research suggests drink six glasses in a day and stay hydrated.

However, sipping excessive amount of water before bed might ruin your sleep. You should have to wake up time-to-time to pee in midnight. It’s your choice, but keep in mind how it will affect your sleep so far.

Watching Scary Movies

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You might be fond of spending times by watching scary movies. But, it seems to be a nightmare if you watch it before bedtime.

The disturbing dreams will make it difficult to stay asleep or go back to sleep after waking up from something unnerving in the middle of the night.