Sleep Triggers Fatigue

Lack of sleep triggers fatigue because our body does not produce the hormone melatonin that we need to keep us going the next day. Having only a few hours of sleep and inconsistent sleep times can sap your energy dramatically. The experts suggest to keep your bedtime and wake up time as consistent as possible even on weekends. If you feel you need some more, a 20 to 30 minute nap can also help perk you up for the rest of the day instead of extending your night time rest. Sleeping for more than eight hours sometimes makes you feel heavy and lazy the whole day.

Hmmm... how I wish I could follow this simple fatigue buster tip. With so much things to be done everyday, including blogging, of course [hehe], I am far from having a stress-free day. sigh


ellen said...

i've tagged you..... happy weekend TC

acey said...

thank you for reminding me to sleep wisely, tita liz! =D

Becoming Me said...

Sounds simple enough but easier read than done. Lol.

jana said...

yah thats really true, lack of sleep make my day so irritable and i cant concentrate on the things im doing ending up a wasted day, too much sleep is not good too, before i hook up on blogging i used to sleep and sleep til afternoon i became so lazy and so sleepy head hehehehe

ARTVEN said...

hi lhiz! yes, been wishing to have that steady routine of sleep everyday...but so hard..hehehe

LadyBanana said...

Yep! if only it were that easy!

Max said...

Hey Liza,

How are you darling :D! I hope you had a wonderful weekend!

This tip is great, but unfortunately I do not have the time to have a nap in the afternoon! However I do try to have between 7h and a half, 8h sleep...otherwise my mind won't function properly: I need my melatonin lol!

Have a great week ahead, dear :D!


Maya said...

yes, so right.. i always have problem of sleep.& fatigue make you grumpy.
I been having also hard time to take those cat nap.
Hay buhay!! thank god there are bloggers like you ,Liza that keeps me sane.

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