In Order To Sleep Faster At Night?
Hello, I want to ask .. I’m currently on a diet, my TB / BB is now 160 cm / 70 kg. I have read one of the tips for effective diet is to get enough sleep for 8 hours. the problem was before my diet I often stayed up late and continued until now when I was dieting. I usually only get to bed at 2 pm and wake up around 9 am (in total I sleep about 7 hours). Though I have tried to sleep fast (10/11 at night I tried to sleep). What I want to ask, can I lose weight if my sleep patterns are still like this? then also my BAB is not smooth, BAB is usually once every four days. I eat fruits and vegetables. is the portion still lacking huh? That’s all, thank you in advance
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your confusion. First about sleep, it's true that sleep affects the continuity of the diet, or even for overall body health. Even for sportsmen, sleep is still an important thing. One simple example of the benefits of adequate and regular sleep is that if we procrastinate, we can feel hungry and eventually eat or snack at night which can gain weight.
But in your case, if in the end you still sleep 7 hours, it really isn't a problem. Because what ultimately becomes an indicator of good sleep is sleep with sufficient duration, and good quality. So if your sleep duration is normal, 7 hours, and after you wake up you feel refreshed, then your sleep cycle is actually quite good.
It's just that, it would be much better if you could follow the sleep cycle of people in general. So if you want to change the sleep cycle, the way is to speed up sleep little by little, for example make it a habit to sleep at 1 or half 2 nights first for several days or weeks, then shifted little by little to 10 or 11, do not immediately try sleep at 10 o'clock.
Then regarding defecating CHAPTER, try to multiply the consumption of fruits and vegetables, multiply the consumption of water, and make it a habit to have regular time to go to the bathroom, even though you may not feel stomach ache. This will again trigger your body to get used to your daily patterns. If it is still difficult to defecate as well, consult a doctor for further treatment.
In addition, for your diet to be more successful and to have a good impact, you also need to exercise regularly. Do any exercise that you are good at morning to evening. This will make your body burn more calories, and get tired more quickly so that you can sleep early. If you still have difficulty, you can consult a nutritionist or personal trainer. So, hopefully answering your question.