Russell Foster (2013) mentioned in his TED speech that people sleep 36% of their lives. If you are lucky enough to live to 90, then you will have spent a full 32 years in your sleep. However, we are sleeping less and less than in the past.
According to data from the National Institutes of Health (NIH, 2005), in 1910, the average sleep time was 9 hours. A recent survey found that the average sleep time of people is less than 7 hours, and this number is gradually shrinking. The latest data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC, 2015) show that 30% of American adults sleep on average less than 6 hours/day.
When more and more people are complaining about their insomnia, a large part of the reason is that they have a certain habit of subconsciousness. Think about it, are you still doing something unrelated to sleep before going to bed? For example, watching mobile phones, watching movies, still thinking about the work during the day...
These habitual habits will disturb your circadian clock, light will affect the secretion of melanin, and eventually evolve into insomnia. How to sleep better? We need "sleep hygiene" education. Sleep hygiene refers to good sleep habits. The most important thing is-no longer treat sleep as a dispensable thing, but treat it as something that needs to be seriously considered. One of the most effective is to go to bed immediately when you feel tired and weakened, until you wake up naturally.
Imagine that you slept very well tonight. He even had a very sweet dream. The next day, you will find yourself full of energy and full of energy. In this relaxed state, you find that you have a clear mind and enough patience to solve difficult problems in work and life, have a positive attitude to face everything around you, and are friendly and passionate to everyone.
And these are the luxury gifts that good sleep brings to you.