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How to Improve the Quality of Your Sleep

how to improve the quality of your sleep

Learn how to get plenty of restful sleep night after night. Just like food, water, and oxygen, sleep is one of life’s essentials. When you don’t get enough, it can quickly affect every aspect of your mental and physical health. And if you’re like most people, you’re not getting enough, or at least not enough quality sleep.

Life Hacks – How to Improve the Quality of Your Sleep

These simple tips and tricks will improve your quality of sleep as you get deeper, rejuvenating rest night after night:

Go Chemical Free. Common stimulants like caffeine and nicotine wind you up as you’re trying to wind down. Avoid both for at least four hours before you plan to sleep.

Create a Sleep Cave. The best sleeping environment is quiet, dark, and cool. Many bedrooms fall short, so find ways to limit noise, block out light, and lower the temperature. Consider turning your clock away from you when you sleep. This eliminates the anxious desire to watch the minutes tick by when you’re trying to sleep.

Take Sleep Seriously. After a good night of rest, it’s easy to think your insomnia is cured. But if you’re really serious about getting consistent, quality sleep, it needs to be something you work at on a consistent basis. If you program your body to stick to the same routine every night before bed, you will soon begin to automatically relax, rest, and prepare itself for sleep.

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Live by the Sun. Your body calibrates its internal clock using natural light. Make sure to get some sun first thing in the morning and throughout the day to signal that night is time for sleep. Even consider a sleep shift schedule to ensure you are rising on the same schedule each day to help program your body. Programming your body to wake up naturally with the sun means you have more time during the morning to exercise, run errands, and prepare yourself for the tasks for the day.

Nap Better and Sleep When Sleep Comes. Napping inevitably reduces your drive to sleep at night. But if you really need to take a nap, do it as early in the day as possible and try to keep it short. Sometimes you may want to sleep, but your body does not. If you haven’t nodded off after 20 minutes of trying, get up and do something relaxing in another room.

Diet for Sleep. Eating a big meal right before bed may make you groggy but ultimately disrupts your sleep. Try to avoid eating for at least a few hours before you plan to hit the sack. The same goes for drinking. The urge to go to the restroom is a major interruption to quality sleep. Drink just enough to avoid thirst, but not enough to make your bladder beckon.

Lay the Foundation for Sleep with a Beloit Mattress

It’s almost so obvious that it doesn’t need saying, but if your mattress is not comfortable and supportive it’s going to compromise your sleep no matter what you do. If your mattress is old, damaged, or simply not providing the rest that it used to, visit a Beloit Mattress location. Explore our collection to find a mattress that best fits the level of comfort and support your body needs at the price your budget requires.

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