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Working Night Shift

Posted last April 26, 2012, 11:56 pm in Nightlife report article

 

Our bodies are designed to sleep at night. Although many people have already been used to working at night and some were already able to cope up with this work schedules, still we all have to accept the fact that working at night necessarily causes sleep deprivation and fatigue. Preparing yourself sufficiently in advance, mentally and physically, can reduce the negative effect of night shifts on your well-being.

 

An important first step to minimize the negative effects of night shift is to have a good sleeping habit. Make sure that your bedroom is comfortable place to sleep. Try to go to bed at the same time every day so your body can get into a healthy rhythm.

 

Get plenty of sleep and make sure you are well equipped before you start a night shift. Make sure people know when you sleep. This way they can avoid disturbing you. Two to three hours sleep before the first night shift will reduce the build-up of fatigue, and make it much easier to stay awake and be functional through the night. 

 

Eat healthy and maintain a healthy level of activity and will also help mental health. Take vitamins if you feel you aren't getting everything you need. No matter your work schedule is, it certainly cannot hurt to follow a balanced, nutritious diet.

 

When the night shift is over, you should aim to repay any sleep debt you have built up before getting back to your normal daytime life. When you get home, try to sleep immediately. Reducing the build-up of sleep debt and repaying this sleep debt promptly will help you to recover well and may have longer health benefits. Good health will be the result of reading through this article and keeping yourself committed to improve your well being.