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Attract love by Sleeping Better

  • 20 February 2019
  • By Shveta Bhagat
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What does sleep have to do with love, you may ask. Everything! With Valentine’s Day around, we tell you how the quality of your sleep can make you lucky in love. Psychologists say from looking good to emitting the right vibe, sleep is very important to attract “the one”. However sleep is being increasingly compromised in today’s times with people caught in a rut not being able to tear themselves away from their smart phones or other gadgets. Less sleep has been scientifically proven to slow down certain important body mechanisms and act like a mood spoiler.

Moment your well-being is jeopardized you are more likely to feel low and not come across as the most confident person around, putting off potential partners. According to David Coleman, the dating doctor, “They are living a “Self-Fulfilling Prophecy”. This is whereby people wake up saying, “I’m not good enough, attractive enough, successful enough, I don’t earn enough, drive the right car, wear the right clothes, etc.” If you face only one obstacle in life, but you doubt yourself, you’re already outnumbered!” So if you don’t believe you are the best catch on earth, how can you expect anyone else to believe it? So sleep well to fine tune your body and mind and boost your confidence to maximize your chance. Lack of sleep is also known to fuel arguments and create misunderstandings which you do not want for your relationship. So sleep up, be at peace, feel secure and enjoy a happy bond. Remember to keep the sense of humour going, stay cheerful and enjoy the togetherness, nipping any argument at its bud and not letting it fester because of a bad, grumpy mood. Remember less sleep can be self destructive and you don't want to fall in that trap.

As superficial as it may sound for the initial familiarization at least, important for you to look your whole and not a beaten, deflated self of yourself. Science has proven that healthier people carry much more attraction value than someone with low energy. So apart from sleep making you think more positively with a better sense of self, the good amount of energy also makes you more magnetic in the eyes of the onlooker. Psychologists have uncovered that men who were rated higher in their physical appeal by women were the ones with the lowest levels of oxidative stress. It has been suggested time and time again that physical attractiveness also serves as a biological signal of good health and women subconsciously pick up these signals as in ancient times when it carried other benefits be it for procreation or plain survival.

If only you would truly know just how interlinked sleep and love are you would ensure you work on your sleep quality to gain the kingdom of a blissful partnership.

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