Sunday, May 15, 2011

The Sleep

The most basic component of rehabilitation and rest is sleep. Sleep is the most important form of passive restoration. During sleep the body is able to adapt to physical and mental loads received during the day. The quantity and quality of sleep plays a key role in restoring and hence the performance of the athlete. Athletes should sleep at least 7 hours during the night and often assists and a siesta of one hour and no more. Even if you are not able to sleep much during the key preparation at least try to do this during the styling before the games. Will prove crucial to your performance. Make even abuse sleep a week of considering race certainly will not sleep the night before the race. Who sleeps anyway?

If you drink too much coffee, tea or cola as you can cut back after the caffeine causes you definitely more nervous. You may feel relaxed and inactive, but so will you if you sleep more deeply and benefit from the advantages of this deep sleep. Besides the avoidance of caffeine contained in these drinks will help you avoid situations because it is dehydrating and diuretics. It should sleep in rooms where no natural light enters. The secretion of melatonin is essential to maximize our recovery during the night and in the absence of natural light. Plan to rest as carefully as you plan and your workouts. To train a lot, to rest more to fighting to the maximum extent.

1 comment:

  1. I agree with everything you pointed out about sleep. You hit all the essentials and importance of sleep with this post.



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