Stress, sleep and the moose
When you accelerate, you create a momentum that will require a certain force to slow it down.
Example: One evening, you are driving on the highway at 160 km/h and suddenly, a moose crosses the highway, but freezes in the middle (hence the expression, to have the look of a moose blinded by headlights car).
You brake suddenly... and OUCH! A painful whiplash! *
A life in FAST & FURIOUS mode
Everything goes fast from morning to night.
Do you have difficulty falling asleep?
Not surprising. Because going from work, intense gaming, anxiety-provoking moments to sleep instantly (from 160 km/h to 0 km/h) is almost impossible.
Tip: evening alarm ⏰
Do you set an alarm to wake you up in the morning?
Set a reminder / alarm 1 hour before going to bed!
This last hour of your day, use it to relax, read (but not on a cell phone), drink Herbanica herbal tea, stretch and why not? Watch a single episode on Netflix.
And then to bed! 💤
And why an evening alarm?
Because we forget how much you have to slow down before you slam on the brakes (and avoid spraying a moose).
Moreover, when you have slept well, the following days are really more pleasant. For us and for the people around us!
In addition to being in a better mood, you will be less stressed, digest better, better control cravings for snacking and - bonus in a pandemic - your immune system will be more efficient.
Take care ! 🙏🤍
PS The moose is safe and sound!