Tips & Tricks

Slept badly? These tips will help you feel better!

Didn’t sleep enough during the night? Don’t panic. You’ll feel a lot better with these tips, and nobody will notice a thing! Let’s see if we can get you to wake up!

  1. Coffee

I know I’ve said numerous times not to drink this, but a cup of coffee (or two) just gives you a little more energy. Don’t overdo it, because too much coffee can disrupt your sleep pattern.

2. Proteins and healthy fats

Little sleep often means little energy. You probably crave everything unhealthy right now, but try to resist the chocolate and croissants as much as possible. Instead, opt for nuts, vegetables, and whole grains. This food makes you feel full and doesn’t cause a spike in your blood sugar level.

3. Sunlight

Sunlight makes you feel awake and alert. So, try to go outside as much as possible during the day.

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4. Nap

Taking a nap can help you feel recharged and better regulate your emotions. Just make sure that this nap lasts between five and thirty minutes.

5. Go for a walk

It’s understandable that you don’t feel like doing an intense sports session after a bad night. Try to exercise and take a short walk, for example. This will improve your blood flow and make you feel a bit better.

6. Bedtime

It’s very tempting to go to bed earlier the day after a bad night, but it’s not wise. Try to maintain your biological rhythm by going to bed around the same time you usually do.

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