Sleep yourself young, fit and successful with SAMINA
Drop in performance, lack of concentration, irritability, increased error rate. Are you working a lot and discover one or the other deficit in yourself? Then, most likely you are not only suffering under stress due to a huge workload but also under a pronounced sleep deficit.
We at SAMINA dedicated the last 35 years to optimize sleep and the sleep environment to reach the highest quality of regeneration possible. Our goal is to help as many people as possible to improve their sleep and therefore their quality of life.
Sleep is essential for creativity and performance
People, who are sleeping sufficiently and healthy are doing a lot of “brain-work” during sleeping – and this on the highest level. Because, in their subconscious they are better processing their daily impressions. By that, experiences and knowledge gets sustainably anchored. This as well enhances intelligence and creativity as improves memory. I can only advise managers, who are preparing a lecture or an important meeting for the next day, to go over their manuscript or agenda before going to sleep, again. Because during sleep, our brain is processing the contents.
You can start your journey to a healthy sleep by following some easy tips brought to you by Prof. Dr. Med. h. c. Günther W. Amann-Jennson:
- maintaining a regular sleep-wake cycle – even on weekends and holidays
- refraining from caffeine, alcohol and energy drinks from the late afternoon on
- not to consume fatty and opulent food late in the evening
- developing an evening ritual – the body gets used to it and adapts automatically to the “trained” bedtime
- to generally air the rooms well, and to keep the bedroom as quiet and dark as possible – the ideal room temperature for restful sleep is between 16°C and 20°C
- if you work the night shift, you can prepare your body the night before by rescheduling bedtime and getting up time
- informing the private environment about the shift schedule – this way it can be better taken into account
- developing a regularity despite shift work – this includes regular bedtime