How To Bounce Back After A Bad Night’s Sleep
Some days you wake up feeling as tired as you did last night, not because your alarm went off in the middle of a captivating dream but because you’ve barely slept at all. Since being able to bounce back after a bad night’s sleep is key to keeping up with the ups and downs of life, we have gathered these articles to help you out! Find out why you're struggling to fall asleep here.
11 Things To Do After A Bad Night’s Sleep
“It starts out innocently enough. ‘I’ll watch one episode of Empire,’ you say. Before you know it, you’re three-quarters through the season and it’s morning.
Whether you can’t stop watching Cookie’s boss-lady antics, were up with a crying baby or had a wild night out sans kiddos, sleepless nights happen to the best of us. But you have a life to attend to, and an hours-long nap is out of the question. So what’s a bleary-eyed gal to do?
For starters, resist hitting the snooze button. Find out why, along with ten other tips for making it through the day after a rough night’s sleep.”
10 Strategies For Managing The Day After A Bad Night’s Sleep
“Most everybody has experienced at least a night or two of poor sleep. And many millions of us do so on a regular basis. A bad night’s sleep can leave us feeling anxious about making it through the next day. Will we have the energy, the focus, and the emotional wherewithal to do so? Is it even possible to have a good day after a bad night?
Yes, it is. I’ve frequently been surprised by people reporting okay days after seriously sleepless nights. In large part, this is a testament to the human capacity for resilience. But it’s also a direct result of using sensible strategies to manage the day after.”
6 Easy Ways To Recover From A Bad Night's Sleep
“We’ve all been there you go to sleep thinking it’s just going to be another regular 8-hours and then you either lie there for what feels like an eternity waiting to fall asleep; wake up numerous times, or have one of those bizarre slumbers filled with vivid, lucid dreaming that leaves you wondering how much quality sleep you actually managed to clock up? If that’s the case you can spend the next day in a hazy fog, one that makes you feel a bit hungover (without the joy of the wine part).
Sleeping is important for our bodies and brains to relax—our breathing and pulse slows down, but when we don’t get good quality, restful sleep it can leave us feeling anxious, light-headed and unable to concentrate. Luckily there are plenty of tricks you can employ the day after a bad night’s sleep to recover, but you need to take a two-pronged approach. ‘Sleep is about the brain, not just the body,’ says Dr. Neil Stanley, Independent Sleep Expert. Keep scrolling for Dr. Stanley’s tricks to feel well-rested even when you’re not.”