If the pandemic is still giving you sleepless nights, then these tips will help you sleep better.
An average person spends 2,29,961 hours sleeping in their lifespan. Sleeping enough and sleeping well ensure that our body is functioning properly and our physical as well as our mental health is in good shape. The lack of it, however, can lead to lower levels of productivity, more emotional imbalance, and increase in body weight.
It is scientifically believed that people who suffer from a lack of sleep are more prone to gaining weight because insomnia leads to bigger appetites. This happens due to a drop in their leptin levels (an appetite-regulating hormone), which further increases their appetite.
There’s more to lack of sleep than just this however. While we are shut in our homes due to a pandemic, we are surrounded by on-demand channels like Netflix, Amazon Prime, and more to keep …