It goes without saying that not getting an adult required 7 hours of sleep is detrimental to daytime productivity. In fact, the percentage of deep-wave sleep, or REM, directly correlates to your physical performance during the day.
But the key is not only to get in those 7 hours, but also to make every one of those hours count. It’s the ratio of REM sleep to the total number of hours that makes a difference in terms of your recall the next day. To help you get the beauty sleep you need, here are our favourite sleep hacks based on science (Timothy Ferriss, The 4-Hour Body).
Don’t drink before bed. You might think a nightcap is a good way to get to sleep quickly, but having around 2 glasses of wine within four hours of going to sleep decreases deep-wave sleep by 20 – 50%.
It’s okay, have a snack. We’re told to not have any food 4 hours before bed. But one of the reasons we still feel tired after a good night’s sleep is because of low blood sugar. Having a healthy snack, such as some fresh vegetables and nuts, and help increase cell repair during sleep to decrease fatigue.
The ideal room temperature for sleep is 67 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
Make your bed a friend. This means that it’s important to leave work and other stressful tasks outside the bedroom, so your mind associates it as a relaxing space.
Sinus problems are major culprits for poor quality sleep. Adjusting the humidity levels, by buying a humidifier or de-humidifier depending on what your needs are, is an easy way to alleviate those symptoms.
Light therapy works with your circadian rhythm to help you get to sleep. A number of great products in the market means that you can find a light emitter that suits you. You can read more about these products here.
Join us as we uncover the hidden gems and popular dining hotspots around Garage Society Sai Ying Pun. Whether you're a local in search of new lunchtime favorites or a visitor craving a taste of the vibrant dining scene, this guide is your ticket to culinary delight.
From quick bites to leisurely lunches, Sai Ying Pun has it all, and we're here to guide you through the flavors that await. Get ready to recharge and refuel at the lunch spots that call Sai Ying Pun home
We sat down with former Garager and longtime friend of Garage, Claire Yates, Founder of The Lion Rock Press to explore the hurdles faced in running a business in Hong Kong, the benefits of co-working spaces, the challenges of exploring new business ventures in the world of tech and the significance of physical greeting cards in today's digital age - dive in below!
This September we welcomed The Aligned Entrepreneurs to Garage Academy for an engaging panel discussion that unpacked valuable insights and inspiring stories from successful entrepreneurs, Mandy Pao, Founder of The Aligned Entrepreneurs and EQ International, Carla Martinesi (Founder of Chomp), and Sonia Samtani (Founder and CEO of All About You Wellness) who have turned their passion into a profession.
From finding fulfilment in work to understanding your values and achieving your goals and more, here are five key areas that emerged from the discussion: