Hello, I'm Yumi Jones, jeepa certified English conversation coach.
I hope you’re all well. The weather has been a bit crazy here in Melbourne recently.
The other night we had a big hail storm and some places had snow – which is rare here.
The sound of hail hitting the roof was so loud that I was worried that it might create holes!
The next morning, I checked everything and there was no damage, so I was relieved that it was okay.
Well, let's take a look at the following pictures today.
3 Allow Your Body to Prepare for Sleep Naturally.
Here’re some tips to help make sure that the body is prepared for sleep naturally.
Keep a Routine
The body gets used to falling asleep at certain times,
so try get your body into a healthy routine and stick to it.
On weekends, the time you wake up shouldn't' be different by more than 1.5 hours from your regular wake up times during the week.
Exercise during the day
Regular cardiovascular exercise during the day, in the morning or early afternoon, can help deepen sleep.
It is not recommended to exercise within 2 hours before bedtime.
Understand the Effects of caffeine
Coffee, tea, cola, energy drinks, some soft drinks and chocolate contain caffeine.
Your body will find it more difficult to fall asleep if there is caffeine in your system 4-6 hours before bedtime.
Avoid napping during the day
If you take regular or long naps through the day, it will make it harder to fall asleep at night because you will not have worked up enough pressure to sleep or tiredness.
Daily habits are important for health, aren't they?
I walk my dogs for half an hour every day if the weather is fine.
It is said that walking is very good for your health.
Australia is a health-conscious country, so I often see this kind of information.
Thank you, Australia❣
Let's take a look at the right half next week.
Thank you for reading until the end.
Have a nice weekend!
See you next week (^^)/