Psychophysical well-being requires some daily actions and a little attention to certain gestures that, often, we probably underestimate.
Eating well, drinking plenty of water and practicing proper physical activity are essential details for living well and staying healthy. There are, however, times when, despite a correct lifestyle, we feel more nervous and above all hungry. In this case it could be nervous hunger and, as specified in this article, it is not always easy to distinguish it from the “real” one. What can be the reason for this malaise? Eating properly and practicing sports is not always enough, let’s see why.
Not everyone imagines that this bad habit makes you nervous and slows down your metabolism
For a healthy and regular lifestyle there is another element that should not be underestimated: falling asleep early. Only in this way will we be able to rest properly and sufficiently. Sleeping at least 6 hours a night is important to regulate the proper functioning of vital functions. In fact, rest, especially at night, represents the basis of the physical and mental energy we need to carry out daily activities. After midnight it is more difficult to fall asleep and tends to compromise the correct sleep-wake cycle.
Scientists have shown that lack of sleep makes you irritable and nervousness, it is known, leads to compulsive eating. The explanation lies in the fact that when we are tired, the brain looks for food as a source of energy, especially high-calorie foods. The consequence of this is to find ourselves not only more stressed and irritable, but also with a few extra pounds.
So what to do in these situations? The answer is very simple, go to bed early so you can rest better and more. Keeping yourself light at dinner and not spending too much time in front of the TV could be effective ways to fall asleep earlier. The environment is also important, so it is always suggested to sleep fresh and on clean and fragrant sheets, as well as with very little light.
Not everyone imagines that this bad habit makes you nervous and slows down your metabolism, but a few tricks are enough to finally feel better.
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