Sleep can reflect a person’s psychological state, which is why it’s important to pay attention to what our sleep patterns are telling us. With disturbed sleep patterns, physiological problems such as aches, difficulty breathing, light and sound sensitivity can arise. Additionally, environmental factors like an uncomfortable bed or frequent consumption of caffeine, and a heavy workload can contribute to feelings of stress and anxiety.
As in most issues, we realize the importance of rest in concurrence with the effect of its lack on us. It is not possible to realize that we are tired while our days are full. You may be unconsciously ignoring your need for rest. Don’t wait to get tired in order to rest. You can still take these breaks before you run out.