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  • Not far from the steps leading to Wordsworth seat, his favourite viewing spot in the Lake District.
Rydal Water, Lake District 🇬🇧
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Looking at ways to make improvements with sleep. It’s difficult in the dark months whilst the body’s circadian rhythm is changing with the light/dark cycle. Alarms jolt the sympathetic nervous system into action. Matthew Walkers ‘Why We Sleep’ talks about those 2 hours of REM sleep before we wake being key for emotional stability. He says dreams are the body’s mechanism for replaying, ironing out and leaving behind emotional cues from the previous day. I’ve been looking for ways to wake naturally and early enough to get that morning run in. Keeping the blinds open, keeping the bedroom temperature low, changing the brightness on the phone to night shift are a few things that’ve helped.
  • Not far from the steps leading to Wordsworth seat, his favourite viewing spot in the Lake District.
    Rydal Water, Lake District 🇬🇧
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    Looking at ways to make improvements with sleep. It’s difficult in the dark months whilst the body’s circadian rhythm is changing with the light/dark cycle. Alarms jolt the sympathetic nervous system into action. Matthew Walkers ‘Why We Sleep’ talks about those 2 hours of REM sleep before we wake being key for emotional stability. He says dreams are the body’s mechanism for replaying, ironing out and leaving behind emotional cues from the previous day. I’ve been looking for ways to wake naturally and early enough to get that morning run in. Keeping the blinds open, keeping the bedroom temperature low, changing the brightness on the phone to night shift are a few things that’ve helped.
  • 182 6 14 February, 2019

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  • Not far from the steps leading to Wordsworth seat, his favourite viewing spot in the Lake District.
Rydal Water, Lake District 🇬🇧
.
.
.
Looking at ways to make improvements with sleep. It’s difficult in the dark months whilst the body’s circadian rhythm is changing with the light/dark cycle. Alarms jolt the sympathetic nervous system into action. Matthew Walkers ‘Why We Sleep’ talks about those 2 hours of REM sleep before we wake being key for emotional stability. He says dreams are the body’s mechanism for replaying, ironing out and leaving behind emotional cues from the previous day. I’ve been looking for ways to wake naturally and early enough to get that morning run in. Keeping the blinds open, keeping the bedroom temperature low, changing the brightness on the phone to night shift are a few things that’ve helped.
  • Not far from the steps leading to Wordsworth seat, his favourite viewing spot in the Lake District.
    Rydal Water, Lake District 🇬🇧
    .
    .
    .
    Looking at ways to make improvements with sleep. It’s difficult in the dark months whilst the body’s circadian rhythm is changing with the light/dark cycle. Alarms jolt the sympathetic nervous system into action. Matthew Walkers ‘Why We Sleep’ talks about those 2 hours of REM sleep before we wake being key for emotional stability. He says dreams are the body’s mechanism for replaying, ironing out and leaving behind emotional cues from the previous day. I’ve been looking for ways to wake naturally and early enough to get that morning run in. Keeping the blinds open, keeping the bedroom temperature low, changing the brightness on the phone to night shift are a few things that’ve helped.
  • 182 6 14 February, 2019

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  • I love finding beautiful places when I'm out running, its like finding a flower growing in the crack between concrete. #runnersphotos #lifeinportugal
  • I love finding beautiful places when I'm out running, its like finding a flower growing in the crack between concrete. #runnersphotos #lifeinportugal
  • 6 2 26 January, 2019