Many of us are struggling to sleep during these uncertain times, with anxiety levels high it's not surprising our internal body clocks (or circadian rhythm) might be out of kilter.
Our circadian rhythm, also known as our sleep wake cycle, controls hormones that either make us feel alert during the day or tired at night. A change of routine can easily disrupt this, maybe you are getting less daylight than usual or sneaking in an afternoon nap? If our internal body clocks are confused we may feel wide awake when trying to get to sleep or feel sleepy during the day.
Here are my lifestyle tips for keeping your body clock ticking
How nutrition can help
Alternate nose breathing exercise:
Nasal breathing is believed to reduce anxiety and aid sleep by slowing brainwaves and may even lower your heart rate. Try this simple exercise before bed.
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