“Early To Bed..” Really Can Make You Healthy, Wealthy and Wise (and Happy!)

Here are some fascinating insights into the value of sleep from Ayurveda. I am consistently amazed at the wonderful truths it holds on our health.

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According to Ayurveda, our potential for good health depends largely on how we live our day-to-day life. It is our patterns of eating, sleeping, exercise and what we do daily to rejuvenate ourselves that help determine whether we maintain vibrant health throughout our lifetime.

Ayurveda recognizes the importance of our relationship with the universe around us. We are a part of nature: if we live in accord with the laws that structure the world we live in, we can keep our mind/body system functioning efficiently with the least amount of wear and tear.

One key to living in tune with nature is the time that we go to bed and get up in the morning. There is a saying, “The day begins the night before.” Only by going to be early in the evening can we start the next day fully rested, having synchronized our individual rhythms with the circadian…

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3 responses to ““Early To Bed..” Really Can Make You Healthy, Wealthy and Wise (and Happy!)

  1. While I would never argue against the no-brainer that sleep is important, synching with the “circadian rhythm of the Earth” is so far over the top, the cow can’t possibly jump it.


    • I don’t know about your experience, but in mine, most folks consider sleep time to be consumable. That is, whenever they have pressure at work, etc., they just stay up and cut their sleep. Way too many people don’t get enough sleep and their health suffers. They snack on sugary crap in the afternoons when their energy wears down which sets up more unhealthy experiences. Have you never heard anyone bragging about ‘pulling an all-nighter?’

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      • Absolutely I’ve heard of the all-nighter. Even pulled one or two in my time (though it’s been at least 15 years). What I took issue with was the suggestion that the Earth, a chunk of rock with a molten center, had a circadian rhythm – a notion so preposterous I need not make fun of it further. The importance is that people get their sleep, that’s all I was getting at.

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