My sleep better my name is veronica im 45 and welcome to my blog , I have always been a very good sleeper, but for about 6-7 years, I started to wake up several times a night. I tried to take some plants to sleep like euphytosis. It worked from time to time, but not all the time.
Last year, I hardly slept all summer holidays. Exhaustion was beginning to be felt. I slept about 4 – 5 hours a night whereas before I was shooting around 7 or 8 hours of sleep. I also had the impression of not having slept, of being tired when I woke up. As a result, I was often drowsy during the day, I felt a loss of energy and concentration. I felt like I did not have such a good memory. All if that was until I discoveredresistance exercise which can really help with sleep disorders. And because it ha worked so well for me I decided to share this experience with everyone.
Is has been shown that Activities that get your heart rate up, such as running, brisk walking, cycling, and resistance exercises, have been shown to improve sleep and battle insomnia.In order to optimize your exercises, if you are prone to pain in several joints, you can perform exercises with an elastic band. This elastic will allow you to obtain a more or less important solicitation depending on the resistance of it. It will also allow you to further locate the solicitation of the targeted muscle. For this, do not hesitate to start with a low resistance elastic to make your gesture on the appropriate angle and not painful.
Sit on the edge of a chair. Place your feet on the inside of the elastic and put it back above the knees. Take space between your feet so that the elastic is in slight tension. Take the ends of a second rubber band between your hands and extend your arms in front of you. From this position, at the same time, bring your knees out and arms to finish with your arms open and knees out. Hold this posture for 30 seconds then return to the initial position.
Before, during and after exercise, drink water to hydrate yourself. Gradually increase the intensity of your effort, and respect your physical abilities, without trying to exceed your limits. At the end of the exercise, gradually reduce your activity, without stopping suddenly: walk, slow down, stretch … Between two sports sessions, especially if you’re not a great sportsman, respect a certain time, for example two days, so that your muscles have time to recover. Cold showers on sore muscles can also help you recover more easily.