Falling asleep is one thing. Staying asleep is something else.
Our habits are the key to getting a good night’s rest night after night. Keep on reading to learn more.
Reduce Light And Noise
Light and movement are common disrupters of sleep.
To block out the light, you can invest in some blackout curtains or an eye mask.
When it comes to reducing noise, you can use earplugs or experiment with white noise.
Playing soothing sounds can block out any unwanted noise and keep your mind calm before bed.
Your evening habits have a huge impact on the quality of your sleep.
It’s very important to listen to your body and allow it to wind down appropriately before bed.
Most of us can’t walk through the front door at the end of the day and fall asleep right away. Most of us need to participate in some sort of relaxing activity first.
It may take some time to find an activity you like – however you can try journaling, reading a book or soaking in the tub.
Follow A Sleep Schedule
Our bodies thrive on routine – so having a consistent schedule both on the weekdays and weekends is so important.
Going to bed and waking up at the same time every day can train your body, so it will anticipate when it’s time for bed.