Get up. Researchers at the University of Westminster found that those who get up in the morning, 5:22-7:21 am, have a high content of a material which can cause heart disease in their blood, so getting up right after 7:21 is more beneficial to health.
Open the lamp. "Once you wake up, turn on the lights. This will re-adjust the body clock and adjust sleeping and waking patterns." Pro. Jimuhuoen in Loughborough University Sleep Research Center said.
Drink a glass of water. Water is the necessary material for the body to take tens of thousands of chemical reactions. Drinking a glass of water in the morning can be added at the state of water lackage in the night.
Brush the teeth before breakfast. Or just wait for half an hour after breakfast and then brush your teeth.
Have a breakfast. "Because it can help you maintain a stable blood sugar levels." Kevin Weier Lun, one Nutritionist at King’s College, University of London said.
To avoid movement. Researchers from Brunel University found that athletes who exercise in the morning are more susceptible to disease because the immune system functions weakest at this time. Walk to work. University of Massachusetts Medical School researchers found that people who walk every day suffer from cold 25% lower risk of the disease than those who do not exercise and are sedentary people.
Start the most difficult task in a day. Researchers in New York Sleep Center, found that most people are with the most sober minds within two hours after waking up.
Let your eyes off the screen to take a break. If you use computers at work, let the eyes rest for 3 minutes at one hour intervals during work.
Eat fruit. This is a good way to decrease blood sugar. To eat one orange or some red fruit will also complement the body’s iron content and vitamin C content.
Add some beans and vegetables in the bread. You need a delicious meal and slowly release energy.
A nap for a while. One university in Athens found that those who nap every day at noon for 30 minutes or more and have the lunch break of at least three times a week will drop 37% of the risk of death from heart disease.
A cup of yogurt. This can stabilize blood sugar levels. To drink yogurt between meals a day is a heart-healthy habit.
Exercise. According to the body’s biological clock, this is the best time to exercise. Ruiwonike, a doctor in kinematics of Sheffield said.
Eat a little at dinner. It will cause blood sugar and increase the burden on the digestive system and affect sleep. Vegetables should be eaten at dinner. Eat less food rich in calories and protein. Chew food thoroughly at meal.
Watch TV for a while. This can relax for a while to help sleep, but what should be paid attention to is that try not to lie on the bed when watching TV, which will affect the quality of sleep.
Take a hot bath. "Appropriate reduction to body temperature will help to relax and sleep." Pro. Jimuhuoen in Loughborough University Sleep Research Center said.
Go to bed. If you get up 7:30 am, and go to sleep at this time can guarantee that you enjoy the 8 hours sleep.
Any attempts to change the behavior of biological clocks would develop unexplained illness. 20 or 30 years later you would regret for it, but it was too late.
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