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12/7/16 at 12:48 PM 0 Comments

Top Tips to Get Better Sleep

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Do you find yourself constantly struggling to fall asleep and stay asleep every night? Then you probably feel really tired in the morning and fatigued throughout the rest of your day as you struggle to stay awake with the help of coffee. This is no way to live, and it will take its toll on your health, so follow the tips below to help you get a better night’s sleep in no time.

Get the Right Mattress

Investing in the right mattress for your body and your needs could make a world of difference in your ability to get to sleep and make it a restful sleep each night. Don’t be afraid to pay more for a higher quality mattress. You can choose from those that conform to your body with the help of memory foam, as well as those that you will be able to adjust in terms of how soft or hard you want your bed to feel from one night to the next, and you can even purchase those that will help you stop snoring by elevating your torso so you can breathe better.

Set Up a Sleep Schedule

Believe it or not, one of the easiest ways to get a better night’s sleep is by simply setting up a sleep schedule that you can follow. Going to bed at the same time each night and waking up at the same time every day will get your body into a healthy routine, and it will ensure that you get an adequate number of hours of shut-eye. Do this even on holidays, days off, and weekends. You will establish your body’s own sleep-wake cycle, and that will help you feel refreshed by the morning.

Make Your Room Comfortable and Dark

Another easy way to help yourself get better sleep is by creating a comfortable and serene bedroom space that will allow you to feel relaxed. In addition to being kept at a cool temperature, you should also ensure that your bedroom is dark, so the right window treatments will be necessary.

Create a Relaxing Ritual Before Bed

Establishing a bedtime routine that relaxes you will also help you fall asleep more easily and more quickly. Turn off the bright lights, listen to some relaxing music, meditate for a few minutes, put your feet up, read a book, take a warm bath, and do anything else that helps you begin to wind down from the energy of the day while clearing your mind.

Avoid TV, Caffeine, and Mobile Devices

Avoid drinking caffeinated beverages a few hours before bedtime, and also avoid mobile devices and TV, as their bright lights could actually stimulate your brain and keep you awake. Instead, have some soothing herbal tea or read a book or magazine.

Follow the tips above if you have trouble falling asleep and getting a restful night’s sleep each night. If these tips still do not help, though, talk to your doctor about your sleep troubles so that you can find the ideal solution for your needs.

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