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Getting A Better Night’s Rest and Feel Better

Getting A Better Night’s Rest and Feel Better

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A better night’s rest is possible, however you need to know how to create the right environment for it – here are some great tips.

When do you need a new mattress?

It is a question that is not always easy to answer. The best answer is as soon as your sleep quality starts to suffer. The sooner you replace a mattress that is disrupting your sleep pattern, the better off you will be physically and mentally. When you are ready to make the change to a new mattress, are excellent resources. They allow you to see how different mattress materials, firmness levels and materials can affect your comfort level. Once you have selected a comfortable mattress, you may experience many improvements in your health, including less mental stress and fewer achy joints.

Instead Of Sleeping In A Warm Room

You should look at ensuring that the temperature is comfortable and actually on the cooler side.  Research has found that when you are asleep, your internal thermostat will drop.  This causes your body temperature to change and induces sleep.  Your comfort levels will also be drastically impacted by the temperature and this will affect the quality of your sleep.

Instead Of Having Night Lights Or A Digital Clock

You should ensure that your room is as dark as possible.  The regulation of sleep patterns is impacted by exposure to light and darkness which means that falling asleep with a light on will not be the best thing for your sleep.

Invest in a Mattress

A better bed will help you get a better night’s rest. A lot of people don’t change their mattresses regularly enough and so they don’t sleep as well as they could – look into a Sears mattress to ensure you get better rest.

Instead Of Falling Asleep In Front Of The TV Or Computer

You should look at getting your TV, computer, video games and phone out of your bedroom.  You should also turn them off and stay off them for 30 minutes before you go to bed.  This is important because of the light emitted from these devices has been found to stimulate the brain and will make it harder to get a good night’s sleep.

Instead Of A Glass Of Wine, Marijuana Or Chocolate Before Bed

You should look at drinking a mixture of warm unsweetened almond milk, a few drops of stevia and a teaspoon of vanilla.  The vanilla should be the real thing and not an imitation.  This will help to increase the serotonin in the brain which will help you to sleep.  You can also try a natural supplement which contains CBD, melatonin, GABA and magnesium to help you get to sleep.  It’s a lot better than chocolate or weed.

Instead Of Taking A Nap To Make Up For Disturbed Sleep

You should try to power through to bedtime and get your body used to a regular sleep pattern.  You should then try and maintain your regular sleep schedule.  You can do this by going to bed at the same time each night and waking up at the same time in the morning including over the weekend.

Instead Of Going To Bed Angry Or Worried

You need to try and fix any emotional problems before you head to bed.  You can put off worried by texting, emailing or setting a reminder for something the next day.  Additionally, you should forgive the other person first and you may end the argument that is causing your sleep issues.

Instead Of Watching The Clock While Trying To Sleep

You should move the clock to a position where you cannot easily see it.  If you wake up in the middle of the night, you should avoid looking at the clock.  This is due to the fact that checking the time will make you anxious and this will make it harder to get back to sleep.  If you are unable to fall asleep or return to sleep easily, you should get up and go to another room where you do something relaxing until you feel tired.

Instead Of Waking To Every Noise You Hear

You should try sound therapy which will help you create a peaceful mood and lull you to sleep.  Some of the soothing sounds you can try include wind chimes, nature sounds, soft music or a fan.  There are studies which show that slower classical music or any music with 60 to 80 beats per minute will help you sleep.  If you have a partner that snores, you should try wearing ear plugs to lower the effect of the noise.

Instead Of Finishing Last Minute Work Or Watching The News In Bed

You should use your bed for sleeping and sexual activity only.  Sexual activity will release many natural hormones as well as release muscle tension and boost a sense of well-being.  It has been found that adults with a healthy sex life will sleep better.

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