Secrets To A Better Night’s Sleep

We’ve all had a restless night of tossing and turning before. However, if this is becoming more common for you then you may be after tips on how to get a better night’s sleep.

Interrupted sleep can leave you irritated and tired the next morning. Studies have found that a lack of sleep is overall unhealthy and not ideal. Here are some things that you can do in order to hopefully improve your quality of sleep.

Have A Magnesium Bath 

Taking a warm bath can bring your body to an optimum temperature for sleep. Soaking in a calming bath can relax your muscles which is ideal for winding down for bed. One thing you can try doing is having a magnesium bath. Bath salts that contain magnesium can help replenish your body’s supply and in turn promote relaxation.

Why not try having a warm magnesium bath accompanied with candles and soothing music to help relax your body and mind? Doing this a little while before bed can help you have a quality night’s sleep.

Maintain A Regular Sleep Schedule

This one may sound obvious but sticking to a regular sleep schedule can genuinely help you get a better night’s sleep. Training your body to go to sleep and wake up at set times can help improve the length of sleep you get. This also lessens the likelihood of waking up earlier or later than you want to.

Use an alarm clock to wake up at the same time everyday, even if you have nowhere to be.

Be Mindful Of What You Eat Before Bed

Going to bed hungry or after eating a large meal can disturb your sleep. You may become irritable and uncomfortable by these decisions. Watching what you eat before bed is a known way to get a better night’s sleep.

If you’re hungry an hour before bed then eat something lighter that will easily digest. This won’t keep your body up for long. A great way to unwind for bed is to drink a warm cup of herbal tea, such as chamomile or valerian earlier on in the evening to help y encourage relaxation and deeper sleep.

Reduce Screen Time

The blue light found in screens can block melatonin, the hormone which is responsible for sleep. So it’s no secret that staying up on your phone or laptop can disrupt your night’s sleep!

Instead, try reading a book for your nightly entertainment. Reading a good book can help tire your eyes and even reduce stress.

We hope these tips can help you achieve a better night’s sleep. Try combining a couple of these things next time you’re struggling to get some sleep.

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