Here’s a little sleepy intelligence…as in, “good for your sleep!” Pay attention to your sleep window. That’s a 30-45 minute window when your eyes are getting heavy or you yawn frequently, because that’s the time when you’re the most naturally ready to sleep. If you go to bed then, you’ll fall asleep quickly and you’ll sleep soundly. If you wait and you miss that sleep opportunity “window”, your nervous system kicks in and gets you going again. This is according to sleep expert Dr. Michael Bruce. And if you get that second wind, you could be up for another 90 minutes, so try to go to bed during your natural sleep window. Tomorrow morning will be here before you know it, so it’s a fantastic time to test out a new sleep routine. Share this today to friends from The John Tesh Radio Show!
Is rosemary a part of your pantry staples? It should be, because rosemary is basically MAGICAL! Sniff it, make rosemary tea, use it to season food. Thanks to its antioxidant compounds, it increases alertness and energy for hours! That’s because it improves circulation, delivering more oxygen and nutrients throughout your body. Rosemary also has ursolic acid, which has an antidepressant effect. The University of Maryland Medical Center also says rosemary can ease muscle pain and spasm, stimulate hair growth and improve memory, because its scent triggers biochemical changes in the brain. It also reduces the oxidative stress that damages brain cells. That means, long-term, less age-related mental decline. Parsley, sage and thyme? All great. But share the benefits of rosemary with your friends today, and they’ll be back for more from The John Tesh Radio Show! Happy “make-a-rosemary-infused-pot roast” evening!!!