Mar. 24 – Daily Reflection

” It is a common experience that a problem difficult at night is resolved in the morning after the committee of sleep has worked on it.”
– John Steinbeck, author

Why “sleeping on it” is good advice

Tough challenges call for clear heads. Muddled minds and sluggish skulls make bad decisions and are quick to rash reactions. For sharp thinking, nothing beats regular amounts of good sleep. Some say that your subconscious works on problems while you rest, and that’s why solutions come easier in the morning. Could be. Or it could be that brain power is strongest after a good night’s sleep. So instead of staying up late, you might actually get more done in the long run by going to bed instead and closing your eyes. With just a little sleep awareness, your mind can stay alert longer through the day and block out your troubles when it’s time to sleep. Because if you’re dragging all day, or nearly fall asleep in the afternoon, you may be causing more problems than you solve.


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Published: March 24, 2015, 08:32 | No Comments on

Mar. 24 – Daily Reflection

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