Good effort, at least you're started to read our 99 Health Tips, try and make it to the end!
If reading these health tips, get you tired, then go back to bed, as on average we need to have 8.1 hours of sleep to re-charge our bodies.
People who have less than 6 hours sleep a night have a 70 % higher mortality rate, according to Californian studies. I'm currently studying spending 18 hours in bed, so will hopefully live to a 130.
When sleeping in your own, or someone else's bed, make sure the mattress is firm enough to support your body weight. With sufficient material, within the mattress that will act as a cushion to allow for the contours of the body to be supported.
Have a glass of water by your bed, and attempt to drink eight 8 oz glasses of water a day. At breakfast mix fruit juices with 50% water, to aid absorption, prevent rapid sugar levels in the blood, and to save money.
Make sure you don't skip breakfast, unless you get out of bed after 12 o'clock, then go straight for lunch.
Spend time at breakfast to plan out your day, take each day one day at a time, but make the most of them, planning is the key to success.
Smile, laugh be happy, don't take everything in life to serious, remember its alright to fart, apparently we all do it on average 13 times a day, and that includes ladies.
If you're going to fart, and you're in public, cough at the same time to cover up the noise. This is also a good stomach exercise.
Take a good quality multi-vitamin / mineral supplement each morning. A recent survey by the American National Food Council revealed that not one person from 21,500 consumed their optimum RDA of vitamins.
If you feel tired just after eating lunch, (the 2 o'clock slump), you are probably eating too much refined/processed carbohydrates, and your body has become carbohydrate sensitive. Try and eat more complex carbs, and add more protein and fiber to your meals. Oh yeah, don't forget to drink that water.