Things You Shouldn't Do Before Bed

bad effects of smoking

Smoking  is terrible for you, including disturbing your sleep and health.Mostly people smoke to relax mind, says Grandner, but nicotine is a stimulant and can make insomnia worse, especially if you light up close to your bedtime. Nicotine withdrawal can also cause smokers to wake up earlier than they normally would in the morning.

avoid readers on bed time

Use Smartphones Or Readers Some studies and researches  have suggested that using electronic devices like e-readers and smartphones, or even watching television in or before bed can disrupt sleep.Do you know blue light given off by computers, smartphones, tablets, and TV prevents the production of melatonin which helps the body become sleepy,If you don't want to give up reading your Kindle Fire or using your iPad in bed, follow this advice from a 2013 Mayo Clinic study: Keep the device at least 14 inches from your face and turn down your screen's brightness to reduce your risk of light-related sleep problems.

how medicines effect on your body

Take Some Medications Are you taking  medicines or supplements on a daily basis and you're also experiencing sleep problems, ask your doctor whether the time of day you take your dosage may be keeping you awake.For example, antidepressants can have very strong effects on sleep in either direction, and some pain medications may upset your stomach and make sleep more difficult. 

how spicy fatty food effect your body

Eating Spicy Fatty Foods large meal too close to bedtime can make falling asleep uncomfortable if you're bloated or painfully full, Spicy or fatty foods may be particularly risky because they're associated with acid reflux, which often rears its head when a person lies down at night.Always take your dinner at least two hours before going to sleep says Grandner, to give your body enough time to begin digesting it.

how playing video games effect on your health

Video Games effects on sleep is somewhat inconclusive; some studies show that playing video games before bed can disrupt sleep (due to its melatonin-impairing blue light, its mental stimulation, or both), while others show it has little effect. One thing that most experts do agree on, however, is that electronic media that requires a lot of interaction—like video games—can definitely wreak havoc on your slumber. 





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