Take stretching (instead of coffee) breaks during the day to feel refreshed and to keep your muscles from getting stiff and sore, especially if you have a desk job. This can also help reduce the number of headaches you experience.
Go to bed 15 minutes earlier. This will help you get an extra 7½ hours of sleep over a month- more time for your body to repair and restore itself.
Stop multitasking. Take time to really pay attention to just one task so your brain can store the information better.
Instead of tossing and turning when you can’t sleep, get out of bed and read a book, do your mending, write letters. The main idea is to stop worrying that you can’t sleep.
On weekends, get up at the same time as you do on weekdays. This keeps your body rhythms in tune, so you’ll fall asleep and wake up easier.
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Use baby shampoo to clean cuts. It’s gentler than hydrogen peroxide which can dry out the skin and make the damage worse.
Switch to wipes if cleaning gives you symptoms such as sneezing and itchy eyes—it could be the chemicals in the spray.
Bring your own mat to yoga class instead of using the ones there. It won’t have other people’s germs and can prevent an allergic reaction.
Lower your thermostat and set it at 18° to 20°C, and use a humidifier. Hot, arid air dries out your nasal passages, making you more susceptible to cold and flu germs.