A third of our lives are spent on sleep. Although there seems to be a lot, it is really necessary to recharge energy (recharge battery).
If we don’t get enough sleep, we won’t have the ability to work, study, stay in good mood, and stay healthy.
If you have trouble falling asleep, you know it’s not a good idea to go to work with dark circles under your eyes.
Tips for a good night’s sleep
Set up a regular routine for sleeping
1. Increase magnesium intake
Studies show that magnesium is needed to sleep well and “like a baby.”
Try to eat foods like pumpkin seeds, modern or spinach.