Adjusted body metabolism
Metabolism is a very difficult set of activities that take place in each and every cell which present in our body. It is the combination of the entire chemical mechanism from which the cell extract nutrients and new material in order to produce, maintain and destroy chemical substances. Chromosomes are also actively taking part in this process. So at the time we sleep adjustments are made to the nucleus genes of cells in turn to repair any harm incurred throughout the day.
At the time we sleep the brain controls frequencies by creating 2 different types of sleep: Slow wave sleep which is known as deep sleep and the other is Rapid eye movement the deepest form of sleep. Slow wave sleep occurs during the 1st hour of sleep, stage one to four. Stage four is a high frequency stage. At this point of sleep there is reduce in heart rate and blood pressure, and our muscles relax. The majority of our time sleeping is on Slow wave sleep unless we have insomnia.
At the time of Rapid eye movement sleep there is an increase of oxygen intake, heart rate, respiration blood pressure. More oxygen is used during Rapid eye movement sleep than the strong physical exercise. At this stage our brain is very active so this additional oxygen is very important for the additional work that brain does.Stages of sleep start when certain groups of cells in the brain start a projection that ignites sleep waves. This projection triggers the loss of realization. When the process start, a group of cells in the stem called the subcoeruleus help in maintaining and controlling this Rapid eye movement sleep stage.
These two Sleep waves are very important. The correct amount decide about the quality and physical benefits that we obtain from this orchestrated process. Throughout a whole night there are around five to seven cycles of slow wave sleep to Rapid eye movement sleep so as the night advance slow wave sleep episode decrease and Rapid eye movement time increase. These cycles can be affected by chronic stress. If Rapid eye movement does not occur in the correct amount due to this our body, brain, and metabolism can also be affected.
It is very important to notice that the means we handle new events and stressful episodes is ultimately connected with our sleep patterns. Stress management can be determines by how long or deep we sleep. As well as, getting enough deep sleep helps us in managing stress well.
Here are some guidelines for supporting this very important mechanism:
- Eat at least three nutritious main meals a day and two nutritious snacks. Our first meal should be within an hour after waking up and dinner should not be later than seven pm.
- Drink daily at least eight to ten oz. of water.
- Do Exercise daily for at least thirty minutes, four to five times in a day. Do not exercise late at night.
- Do not watch TV late. This includes following the news.
- Turn off lights and other devices, for example: cells phones and computers.
- Do not talk about problems before going to bed. Finish this types of conversations at least two hours before going to sleep.
- Should not solving problems in your mind at the time you lay on bed.
- Everyone should balanced personal life. Laugh, work, play, love, connect with family and others; learn something new every day.
- Do not do too much in only one area of your life; this may brings stress.
- Use Phytotherapi Sleep and Stress protocols.
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