Scientific hacks to help you get a better night sleep


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Sometimes, falling asleep feels impossible with all the crazy, stressful situations that decide to overflow your head the second you’re meant to be turning off your brain and going to sleep. And then, you start stressing over the fact that your stress is keeping you awake, which keeps you up even longer. Luckily, there are some tricks to help you shut off all those thoughts in your head stopping you from getting your zzz’s.

Getting good sleep is both an art and a science – yet the overwhelming majority of people have trouble sleeping, even those who have mastered every other aspect of their lives. Even if you had time to sleep an entire 8 hours a night, would it be optimal, uninterrupted sleep? Would you wake up feeling 100% refreshed?

Indeed, research shows it’s not the number of hours of sleep you get that matters the most – it’s the quality of the hours you are getting. The largest sleep study ever conducted on 1.1 million people shows that it’s quality, not quantity that matters most !


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Top hacks for better sleep

  • Set a formal bed time
  • Get some exercise.
  • Avoid bright screens in the few hours before bed.
  • Have a bath just before bed.
  • Don’t eat a huge meal right before bed.
  • Shut off your electronics.
  • Don’t drink coffee in the afternoon.
  • Read a boring book
  • Set a formal bed time
  • Keep your room cool.
  • Practice yoga before bed.
  • Meditate
  • Drink some warm milk.
  • Eat a healthier diet.
  • Keep your feet warm.
  • Invest in a good mattress.
  • Listen to calming music before bed.
  • Sleep in a dark environment.
  • up at the same time every day.
  • wear socks
  • Work out how much sleep you actually need every night.
  • If you wake in the night and don’t fall back asleep within 20 minutes, get up.

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