Quality sleep is something we all need and perhaps take for granted. On average we all need around 8 hours of quality sleep a night to function properly. If you generally wake up in the morning feeling like you’re anchored to the bed not able to get up, then you are probably not getting the quality sleep you need. Poor sleep has many effects, such as feeling grumpy, short tempered and not working at your best. Did you know that sleep deprivation can also have profound consequences on your physical health?
Tiredness can often be attributed to lifestyle factors, such as work related stress (taking your work home). Also drinking too much alcohol, or having poor eating habits (incorrect nutrition) will affect your energy levels and the ability to concentrate. If you drink a lot regularly (to excess) long term it will have a negative effect making you feel depressed and reduce your quality of sleep.
Too tired to get up
A lack of sleep from time to time is not harmful, but regular poor sleep puts you at risk of serious medical conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes and obesity and also reduces life expectancy. Obesity is linked to tiredness, because your body has to work harder than normal to do general daily activities and puts extra strain on the heart.
Bad habits are developed over time, and living in a fast paced modern society it’s not easy to lose unhealthy habits we subconsciously adopt. Habits that ultimately have an adverse effect on our health and wellbeing.
“the small changes we make now can have a big impact on our health and wellbeing in the future
Too tired to concentrate
Eat energising balanced nutrition to fuel your lifestyle and maintain a healthy weight. Receive expert guidance and take part in exercises to suit your current fitness levels.
Regular exercising will improve sleeping patterns, and exercise at the right intensity will improve your overall health, fitness and quality of life.
“Revive and reveal your former self”
Join us on our next course and start your journey to improve your health and wellbeing.