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How To Treat Restless Leg Syndrome By Making A Few Lifestyle Changes

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Fatigue and stress can exacerbate symptoms of RLS!

Fatigue and stress can exacerbate symptoms of RLS!

One can employ several efficient strategies in order to take care of Restless Legs Syndrome or RLS. A few lifestyle alterations alone can diminish the symptoms of RLS.

If possible, lose weight or simply incorporate moderate exercise

Daily physical activity, such as moderate paced aerobic exercise or bodyweight resistance training can decrease the symptoms of restless legs syndrome notably. On the other hand be wary of the fact that excessive exercise can actually exacerbate the symptoms of RLS. If you are overweight, losing a few pounds too will be beneficial for RLS as excess weight tends to put extra pressure on your legs.

Keep fatigue at bay by sleeping better.

Primarily in order to avoid fatigue, try sticking to a regular sleeping schedule so that you are able to sleep better. Fatigue has shown to worsen the symptoms of restless legs syndrome, so getting enough and proper sleep is vital for taming issues caused by RLS.

Consider adding dietary supplements to your diet.

Firstly get tested for any deficiencies that you might be suffering from. You might be low on calcium, iron, vitamin A and so on, hence it’s crucial to know what vitamins and minerals your body lacks. After the tests your doctor will be able to prescribe you appropriate supplements for your deficiencies.

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How Fatigue Is Making You Procrastinate And What To Do About It

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Fatigue can cause you to procrastinate.

Fatigue can cause you to procrastinate.

One of the key reasons behind procrastination certainly is fatigue. If you attempt to work when you are knackered or completely wiped out, there will always be a voice buzzing constantly in your head, that will be begging for you to just quit the task and rest.

Simply put when you lack energy, you naturally lack enthusiasm. Every time you feel fatigued and inundated with too much work and you simply don’t have the sufficient amount of time to finish off your work, just aim to do all you can and just accept that you are only human and hence need your share of rest.

According to many researchers, during current times, average individuals are not getting enough sleep relative to the amount of work they are doing. Hence millions of them are working in a state where minds are completely clogged as a result of working too much and sleeping too little.

During such circumstances, sometimes the best thing to do is to head home early and get at least 8 hours of sleep. This will completely revive you and allow you to finish off double or triple the amount of the usual work you do and will be far higher in quality as well.

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A Bit of Insight On What Exactly Is Sleep And Its Purpose?

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

 In order to maintain optimal health, aim for 7 hours of sleep daily!

In order to maintain optimal health,
aim for 7 hours of sleep daily!

Why is it that we constantly hear doctors advocating a good night sleep? According to scientists sleep is vital for restoring and sustaining physical and mental health. This mainly has to do with the particular functions and processes our body and brain carry out whilst we are asleep which otherwise our bodies won’t be able to perform.

During sleep our consciousness isn’t entirely stationary. Our brain is rather active and goes through two major phases of sleep, repeatedly. The first stage is known as Rapid Eye Movement and the second is known as Non- Rapid Eye Movement. Depending on the amount of light that we are surrounded by, our body’s internal clock adjusts when we should sleep and how we’ll be able to sleep. Naturally, when it gets dark your brain flushes out certain hormones whose sole purpose is to get you to sleep. On the other hand when we are exposed to light these hormones are suppressed and other set of hormones are releases which help us to stay awake.

Lack of proper sleep will lead to fatigue and severe mood swings. Moreover, it will also affect your memory, cognition and attention.  So, it’s sufficed to say that you should aim to get ample sleep daily in order to maintain optimal health.

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Some Tips on How to Wake Up Early

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance

Waking up early can really turn your day around in a good way

Waking up early can really turn your day
around in a good way

Rising early can really turn your day around in the most positive of ways. Rather than rushing off to your daily duties, providing yourself with a few moments to prep yourself for the day ahead can truly be the best move for making the most of your day. Listed below are a few tips on how to rise early why you should

Jot down the purpose of waking up early:

By being aware of the reason for why you need to wake up early, you’ll push yourself to make sure that you do wake up on time so that you are able to accomplish the tasks and goals you are meant to accomplish. Plus, adhering to this practice it will also make it more likely that you’ll follow through with the set tasks.

Go to bed early:

In order to wake up early, you certainly need to head to bed early. Exhaustion and fatigue will certainly not help you get up early.

Find a rise-early buddy:

Coordinate to wake up on a certain time and perhaps meet up your friend for an early walk. Knowing that someone is waiting for you and that you’ll be answerable to a friend, should get both of you to roll out of that bed on time, instead of basking in the warmth of the pillow.

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