How to stay awake after a bad night 5 tips to get through the day

How to stay awake after a bad night

5 tips to get through the day

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How to stay awake after a bad night

5 tips to get through the day

A good night sleep is obviously very important. For your health, but also for daily functioning. Yet does it happen that you do not sleep as well as one or more nights. And then? With these tips you’ll be the day.

1. Caffeine in moderation!

If you need an energy boost of caffeine can certainly help, but do not exaggerate. Two cups of coffee Achieve you about the maximum alertness. Much more drinking than there is no point.

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Sleep Tips After Use Drugs: XTC, Coke of Speed

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Can not you sleep after using drugs like XTC, Coke of Speed?

There you lie on your bed. You have a top night and a night and are still crazy about drugs.You want to sleep but that does not work for a meter. What are you doing then? What are good sleep tips after using XTC, MDA, Coke of Speed?

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Sleep problems after surgery with anesthesia

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Sleep problems after surgery with anesthesia

Sleep problems after surgery you have had anesthesia are normal. And the more severe the surgery, the greater are usually the sleep problems. It is a reaction of the body to the trauma of surgery. This stress response affects your sleep and can lead to sleep problems after anesthesia.

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HAVING BAD SLEEP AFTER A TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCE?

BAD SLEEP AFTER A TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCE

Home · Sleep problems · Sleep poorly after a traumatic experience

slecht slapen trauma - HAVING BAD SLEEP AFTER A TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCE?A traumatic event can greatly affect sleep quality. During the annual APSS meeting (Associated Professional Sleep Societies) this year, an investigation has been presented. A total of 2,776 people have participated in this test, which have all experienced at least one traumatic event.

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