Top 10 habits to avoid failure in your overseas career
Posted on April 1, 2019
It is important to cultivate certain lifestyle habits to avoid failure in an overseas career. The most important of these pertain to your sleeping habits. Below are some habits that you must cultivate so that you can enhance performance in your overseas career:
- Have a fixed time to go to bed and to wake up. This will regulate your body and make it easy to fall asleep, as quoted by the Forbes
- Ensure that your bedroom is well ventilated, inviting and cosy
- Use your bed only for sleep and nor for watching disturbing movies or TV news or for arguing and go to bed only when you feel like sleeping
- Avoid sleeping when your mind is filled with worries and try not to over stimulate your brain thinking of work issues
- Avoid work on electronic gadgets 1 hour prior to bed or while in bed
- Avoid meals at late night as heavy foods are hard to digest and will prevent you from falling asleep
- Decrease intake of alcohol if you drink as too much drinking may make you wake up in the middle of your sleep and you will be unable to sleep after that
- Limit intake of caffeine and nicotine as these will keep you awake at night and stimulants reeve up your body while you have to actually calm it down
- Limit your naps and if you take them, restrict them to 30 minutes in an earlier part of the day than later
- Exercise early in the day time or minimum 3 to 4 hours prior to your bedtime so that you can get asleep quicker and sleep well all night
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