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Sleep is primarily restorative essential to ensure the physical and emotional well-being. Although everyone at some particular time, we had trouble in sleeping, when it becomes a problem we are facing recurrent insomnia. Not only the sleeping difficulties affecting the rest, also waking up one or more times during the night or getting tired despite having slept the needed hours.

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Sleep is essential for our health, both physical and emotional, as during the rest our body regenerates and reactivates the brain, increasing memory and ability to concentrate. The more processes interfere with sleep as good sleep helps to control appetite and thus, to avoid gaining weight. Restful sleep is the best reward for our body after the day. But sometimes getting that rest can be just what we lose sleep.

But how do you know if you suffer from insomnia? Everyone at some point in time, for various reasons, have not slept well for a night or failed to reconcile good sleep. Do you take more than twenty minutes to go to sleep?, do you wake up more than once every night?, do you sleep less than 6-7 hours a day?, do you feel tired or sleepy during the day? If your answer to two or more questions is yes, this would be a possible problem of insomnia; the intensity (mild, moderate or severe) should be evaluated by a doctor or specialist.

Changing habits
If you’re a light sleeper it is advisable to keep a schedule, ie getting up and going to bed at similar times. There is another series of simple tips that you can implement to improve the quality of sleep and avoid alterations. Physical exercise is, along with the review of the diet, one of the habits that we acquire. Specialists advise to perform at least two hours a week. Laziness should not be an excuse in terms of health and even an exercise as simple as walking can bring us great benefits.




Physical exercise can improve more than 65% the quality of sleep, since among other benefits, promotes the production of serotonin. It is advisable morning exercise, because to do so in the evening, if we have problems falling asleep, it can activate us or sober up even more.

Another tip is to soften the ambient light in the hours prior to going to bed. And turn off the computer and electronic devices at least half an hour before which help unwind and sleep better.

The digestion can also reveal and interfere with the rest, so it’s best to opt for a light dinner, and above all, avoid drinking alcoholic beverages. And finally, for a relaxed, soothing music and spray the pillow with a few drops of lavender water.