3. Strength exercises Strength exercises such as crunches, leg presses and curls can also be great exercises to promote quality sleep. A study shows that doing strength training exercises daily in the morning helps a person sleep better at night. These exercises help in increasing muscle strength. Strengthening of the muscles helps us to deal better with daily workloads. It also helps in the stimulation of several hormones that help with sleep improvement.  … [Read more...] about What Are The Best Exercises To Sleep Better?
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The second component of sleep leadership involves, as you might expect, the support a supervisor provides for helping employees maintain a family-work life balance. If part of the toxicity involved in the environment created by your boss includes the expectation that you’re available 24/7, this will further erode your ability to get some well-deserved R&R. Indeed, one of the possible casualties of the work from home necessity associated with COVID is that if your workplace becomes your home, then there’s no reason you shouldn’t be available at all hours for pitching in on a project. … [Read more...] about How a Toxic Boss Can Ruin Your Sleep
Keep Your Lips Hydrated Overnight Chances are there that our lips might dry out as we are asleep. So make sure that you hydrate or moisturise your lips before you go to sleep. You can apply a layer of your favourite lip balm or petroleum jelly and leave it overnight. This will make your lips smooth and soft. … [Read more...] about Tips On How To Take Care Of Your Lips
7. Express care AND concern. People with depression feel pretty badly about themselves. It is helpful to remind them that you love and respect them. Also, it’s ok to share your concerns. Often, what encourages people to therapy for the first time isn’t their own intrinsic desire, but the concern of loved ones. It’s okay to say something like, “I love you, and understand that you can’t get out of bed. I am also concerned that if you don’t get help now, you will lose your job, which is going to make things much worse. Our family needs you. We want you to get help.” … [Read more...] about When Your “Person” Has Depression