Due to a variety of events over the past year, it’s easy to fall into the trap of feeling like there is little we can do to regain our footing and overcome the stress. However, that is the furthest thing from the truth.
With a few simple shifts and a dedication to change, we can stop approaching some of our lifechoices from a passive or reactive stance. Just pause, look at the big picture, and reclaim control.
Lack of sleep can cause muddled focus, fatigue, and impairment of information processing which often result in secondary causes of stress.
Two of the most common substances used in direct response to not getting enough sleep—alcohol to relax us enough to fall asleep and caffeine to perk us up after inadequate sleep—only worsen our ability to secure consistent sleep, creating a vicious cycle.
Here are two simple tips to help you sleep better tonight:
Making smart food choices in itself is inherently stressful for many people.
Take comfort in a couple of easily doable steps toward shifting your dietary habits:
We live in an internet-centric world that has only been compounded by the circumstances of the pandemic. Working from home has blurred the lines between personal and professional boundaries, and many are suffering the consequences.
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