There is nothing like a good night’s sleep meaning that you cycle through the different phases of sleep in the proper order and duration and that can be achieved while on Phentermine. I’m sure you are all familiar with a bad night’s sleep when you toss and turn all night long and have to go to work the next day and you literally walk through work in a fog. How many times has that happened? It doesn’t have to be that way.
Phentermine has the ability to bring about an increase in metal concentration, focus and clarity. It’s ability to help you lose weight makes you feel good about yourself not to mention that this drug activates your feel good centers so you get an even greater increase in a sense of well being. The increase in mental clarity, weight loss and well being bring about a truly healthy state of mind and body which allows you to experience healthy sleep patterns.
And, if you haven’t had this pattern in some time, you’ll really going to enjoy this. In order to maintain this healthy pattern of sleep, make sure to stay away from stimulants such as caffeine. Remember, Phentermine is a stimulation on its own so it doesn’t need any more help.
Healthy sleep patterns promote a number of brain and body functions. According to the medical community, sleep deprivation can have serious consequences. Below I have listed some of the improved functions that occur with a good night’s sleep.
A cup of green tea is okay even though it has some caffeine. Green tea also contains L-Theanine which works against the stimulating effects of caffeine thereby negating the stimulant problem. So, you shouldn’t have any problem there. However, you shouldn’t take phentermine after 5 pm because as a stimulant, it will tend to keep you up at night. Otherwise, phentermine should help improve your sleep patterns.
What A Good Night’s Sleep Can Do For You
Body – good sleep definitely makes you feel good body wise since you whole body has been rejuvenated over night. Your mood is elevated as well for several reasons but one of them is because your body feels physically good. Your physical body should serve you well for the day by allowing you to get whatever you need done.
Improve memory – during a good night’s sleep, your brain is running circuits and checking what you have experienced for the day. It can remove memories that appear incorrect and make corrections to others. In neuroscience, this process is known as consolidation. This consolidation process is extremely important to learning. Poor sleep patterns hinder this process and decrease your learning ability.
Longevity – not sleeping enough and experiencing improper sleep patterns has been shown to shorten an individual’s lifespan.
Increase quality of life – going around with brain fog is definitely a poor quality of life. No doubt, you will make many a bad choice throughout your life due to lack of mental clarity.
Decreases inflammation – inflammation is associated with the aging process and is linked to heart disease, diabetes and arthritis. Research has demonstrated that individuals who have healthy sleep patterns have lower concentrations of inflammatory proteins than subjects with poor sleep habits.
Increases creativity – in as much as brain consolidation occurs when you sleep which is important for learning, there is a component of this consolidation that allows you to mix memories and create new ideas.
Maintains a healthy weight – dieting and exercise are fine for losing weight but they are not sufficient to maintain healthy weight. You need healthy sleep patterns so that your body can assimilate your diet and exercise. They go hand in and. Individuals that have healthy sleep patterns tend to lose more fat were those will poor sleep patterns tend to lose more protein (muscle mass). Keep in mind that sleep and metabolism are connected so when you are sleepy, certain hormones that drive appetite go up in your blood.