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The occasional bad night is nothing to worry about, but weeks of poor sleep can affect your immunity, weight and mental wellbeing.
If you’re not getting enough sleep, it’s important to catch up by getting more of it in the weeks ahead -- but that's easier said than done.
You shouldn't try to catch up on lost sleep by binge sleeping as this can cause more harm than good.
Instead, try to catch up on sleep by:
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Rule your mind or it will rule you. -- Horace
If your muscles are tense after a day spent working at a desk, a good stretch can make you feel a lot better.
Stretching can relax you and release any tension that's been mounting during the day.
In this stretching routine from Lazy Dancer Tips, professional dancer Alessia Lugoboni shows you the best ways to relax your muscles.