Sleep Practice

Today’s Sleep Data

To practice sleep means good hygiene, good habits and good philosophy.

Why, because a good nights sleep requires all these parts to achieve on the regular basis.

Easy for some, difficult for others.

If you can’t get a regular 7 hours sleep, you may want to improve it.

If you can’t, don’t blame yourself, but go see a sleep doctor to get appropriate sleep.

Good Sleep

My sleep session report from #pillow_app

Between 7 and 8 hours each night, gives the body time to rest and repair.

Some problems, like the cold or the flu take many days.

Sleep keeps the body prepared to do all the nightly functions like digestion and other activities we need to research and understand in order to optimize and use it properly.

Being organic and sensitive to many toxic chemicals and conditions in the environment, it is also necessary to study and discover better ways to protect and take care of this most valuable real-estate.

Being able to maintain a good balance in the mind and body may be the most important decision a person can make.

A good place to start is a regular night sleep, don’t let a myth like ‘only the weak sleep’, prevent the proper use of impressions.

Pillow Talk

www.theglobeandmail.com/life/health-and-fitness/article-sleep-deprived-our-exhaustive-guide-to-getting-a-good-nights-rest/

I sleep between 6 and 7 hours each night.

I have a pretty good routine.

I get to bed between 8-9 PM and wake at 4-5 AM.

I am a true Lark.

It is nice to eat lots of veggies and drink lots of water. And there is always room for better sleep hygiene.

I recommend using “the Pillow ” app.

There are good stats and info to help me keep track of my sleep. Awareness is key.

Develop a informed careful sleep pattern.

Stay away from pills, late nights and late night snacks.

This is how I slept last night.

My sleep session report from #pillow_app

Due to the time change it looks like I slept an hour less. Feel good and rested and will catch up on more sleep tonight.

Why Do We Sleep? – Scientific American Blog Network

Why Do We Sleep? – Scientific American Blog Network
— Read on blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/why-do-we-sleep/

We don’t know yet, isn’t that usually the case?

We sleep in theory because we need to rest or replenish the body.

We may only be able to do certain things in sleep to prepare the body for another days use,

Whatever the reason, a good nights sleep can not be substituted with any form of drug or nutrient or better behaviour.

Sleep looks like it is here to stay, like breathing!

butthead – Wiktionary

butthead – Wiktionary
— Read on en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/butthead

Okay, lovingly call myself a ‘butthead’ because some jackass gives me a 3 page email, first thing this morning and expects me to explain the obvious.

I play along, it turns out to be a request to clean up a place, but has no specific location, name or address. This can be upsetting on many levels.

The original person receiving the complaint may lack sleep, same with the person receiving the complaint from his boss at the end of the day, same with me this morning.

Moral of the story, don’t take this butthead too seriously and I hope you get a good night’s sleep!

The Neurological Need For Sleep

How the body is regulated is far from a coherent form of understanding, but it is clear that we need sleep, nutrients,exercise, cleaning of all major systems and proper levels of resources to maintain the body and mind or and soul.

Without some or all of the above we breakdown through fatigue, we rust and self destruct through diseases.

Sleep restores energy levels, completes repairs and cleans and disposed of garbage in the body.

A healthy functional body does more to optimize and correct mistakes.

To go without regular sleep is a form of great harm.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neuroscience_of_sleep?wprov=sfti1

The Sleep Solution, by Winter, W. Chris https://ebook.yourcloudlibrary.com/library/gvpl-document_id-m2cvpz9