How to Have a Better Sleep

Having a good night’s sleep should not be a dream impossible to achieve, as long as a person does have a healthy lifestyle. There are, however, situations when the lack of sleep can become a problem, but they can be easily managed by taking into account the following tips:

  • No chemicals

Chemicals that are interfering with the sleep are the most common causes of insomnia. As a result, you might want to reduce the amount of your favorite drinks which are known for having these substances. So, whether we are talking about coffee or green tea, nicotine or other tobacco products, if you want to get a good night’s sleep, you should cut them off.

  • Get an appropriate room

By appropriate room, we mean a room where the light and the sound invites you to sleep. Keep the light close zero and the only sounds you should be hearing are the “white sounds”. If you live in an area where the sound is far from being white, consider using earplugs or other methods that would stop the sound getting to you.

  • Bedtime routine

You need to make a bedtime routine that will tell your brain that it is time to shut off and go to sleep. Go take a bath every evening, watch TV, meditate or read something. In any case, you should not be working before going to sleep, as it will be harder for your brain to stop from its activity.

  • Sleep only when tired

You should not force yourself to go to sleep. The struggle to fall asleep will only bring you frustrations and this will lead to stress, making it impossible for you to fall asleep.

  • The natural light

The body has a natural rhythm called the circadian rhythm. This can be adjusted by making use of natural light. So, if you have the habit of pulling the drapes during nighttime, it’s OK if you keep it going. The only piece of advice is that you do not pull them completely and still allow a bit of light to get in. You will sleep much better and you will manage to get up in the morning a lot easier than you might have used to.

  • No sleeping after dinner

Though it is tempting to lay in bed after getting your stomach full, it would be advisable for you to not fall in this trap. People who fall asleep after eating are more likely to wake up during the night, thus having more troubles sleeping.

  • Consistency in the sleep cycle

This can be translated by maintaining the same sleeping schedule during weekends as the one during the week time. Staying later than usual during the weekends might cause more damage to your body than you would have expected. Your body has an established hour when it usually goes into the sleep mode, so fooling it might not be the best idea. You will wake up more tired than usual and this could lead to a prolonged state of fatigue.

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