How to get better sleep during stress

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how to get better sleep during stress

Due to excess stress, people have many physical and mental problems. Moreover, the excessive stress also affects the daily life of an individual. People who suffer from stress have a problem with sleeping in sound and healthy way. Our body releases cortisol hormone and responds to stress. When you feel afraid or stress, this hormone is the one responsible for it. Our body required cortisol hormones for an adequate sleep and to overcome stress. Otherwise, it may be harmful to your health. (Also read:  What Are The Ways You Can Avoid Getting Over-Burdened At Work)

Let’s know how better sleep can be attained if there is more tension.

Avoid caffeine consumption

Some people consume coffee to maintain energy in the body, but they are not aware that caffeine found in coffee affects sleep. Consumption of green tea in the place of coffee can improve your sleep because it contains antioxidant which makes it a better option.

Eat foods that improve sleep

Eat foods that will improve your sleep. Eating protein and complex carbohydrate foods at night can be a better option for you. (Also read: What Are The Things You Should Avoid At Night If You Are Suffering From Stress)

Take a deep breath

Deep breathing helps to reduce your stress and also improves your sleep. Hold your breath for a short time and then slowly release it. This will make you feel relaxed and you will get good sleep.

Get a shower

Add half a cup of rock salt and some drops of essential oil into the hot water and leave it for 20 minutes. The magnesium found in rock salt will help relax your skin and emotions. Apart from this, it will also give you energy which reduces the stress.

Sleep at the same time every day

Try to sleep every day at the same time. The time of table of your body is formed according to your choices, they will act like that. So you have to be careful that you go to sleep at the same time. This will also help you to sleep and reduce your stress. (Also read: How Does Stress Affect Your Digestion)

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