“We have become restless as a society – and that places more demands on us when we get into bed at night.
We have lost our little rituals and practices that gave us little respites (breaks) during the day.
In the past, you would go to the supermarket and, while you were waiting in the line,
You’d daydream… be a bit bored… look around.
Now, any window like that will be filled by looking at your phone,
Answering some emails, sorting out your Amazon account,”
…Says Dr. Nerina Ramlakhan author of The Little Book of Sleep.
She is a physiologist, sleep therapist and she obtained her B.Sc. and Ph.D. from King’s College London.
Are we individually and collectively over-tired?
Is sleep expendable?
This thought provoking article has a lot interesting information.
It points out some particular bad habits that if replaced will help correct sleeping issues.
Interestingly, many of them are simple, common-sense practices we would use with raising children.
To read the full article, please Click Here.
Also here is a video below to watch.
…Note: There are maintainers all over the world! I like to look up an article’s location and see places I have never seen or been to before.
Today’s location is London, United Kingdom. Please Click Here to see this very nice video of London Town.
Never been there, but there are a lot of familiar landmarks I’ve seen time and again. Enjoy! TK. (04/28/20 – 12).
Article by Joanna Moorehead for the Guardian.