How can we get more rest, more sleep, more focused?
These are the 10 most common tips and tricks people put into their routine during a game.
The first step to getting more sleep is knowing when to start.
We’re not talking about being too exhausted to go for a jog, but just the right amount of time to fall asleep.
For the first two days of a game, it’s okay to go to bed early or just go to sleep.
The last day is usually the hardest, as the adrenaline rush wears off and you may not be able to fall back asleep.
For starters, there’s a reason we’re sleeping during baseball games.
But it’s important to keep your body and mind in check throughout the game.
The longer you sleep, the more likely your body is to recover from your workout.
And if you’re playing a game that involves a lot of hitting and the adrenaline is high, it might be good to get as much sleep as possible in the middle of the game to let the adrenaline dissipate.
How to sleep in the morning, but not so late in the game?
You can still get enough sleep during the first hour of the night to fall down in bed, but you’re not going to get enough rest in between.
If you’re at the ballpark for a game but not really feeling it, try going to bed after a game or two.
That will give you more time to regroup and rest and recover from the game, which will help your body recover.