Sweet Dreams are Made of These

4 Guaranteed Ways To Get The Best Sleep Every Night

Sleep, a word that sounds so simple yet can be one of the daily struggles in our busy lifestyle. We all strive to get a full night’s rest but sometimes it is not always feasible. But when you do get the perfect opportunity so have some shut-eye it is vital that you make the most of it. Because of how important sleep is in on our daily, evening routine, we have 4 tips to help you get the best sleep possible, so when you awaken you are energized and ready to concur the day!

How to get your snooze on.

Timing is Everything

If you were unable to get enough sleep the night before, napping in the day can disturb your sleep pattern. The ideal midday snooze is between the hours of 1pm and 3pm, which won’t disrupt your natural circadian rhythm. We know we’re not the only ones that feel sleepy after lunch. However it is important to stick to a schedule so you are going to bed and waking up around the same time every day.

Get in the Right Position

Passing out on the couch or working in your bed will not set you up for a goodnight sleeps. Be extra firm with yourself. The perfect position in bed, that helps you feel relaxed and ready for a dreamy night ahead can help you get to sleep faster!

Set your alarm

When it comes to nighttime, for ages 18 to 60, seven hours of sleep is recommended. Set your morning alarm for the same time every day, even on the weekends, and avoid hitting that snooze button.

Erase any noise 

Chances are your bedroom isn’t completely silent, no matter what time of the day or night it is. This can make it harder to fall asleep and stay asleep long enough to wake up energized. A noisemaker or fan will help drown out the noise. Slide on a pair of headphones and listen to some white noise (or do a quick YouTube search to find some) to temper all other sounds.

With these tips hopefully you can get a good nights rest and have the ultimate sweet dreams.

By Chloe Leal
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