A good night’s sleep is as important as having a healthy diet and exercise. For some, having a good night’s sleep may seem like an impossible goal. But what one must realize is you have much more control over the quality of your sleep than what we actually think we have. Believe it or not, there is a lot more than simply turning off all your lights that go into getting a night of good sleep. Follow the tips below to have a good night’s sleep.
Many of us often struggle to get a good sleep and when it comes to sleep, comfort is key. Only a person with a healthy mind and body can enjoy a good night’s sleep. Practice breathing and fitness exercises for a good amount of sleep in the night. A calming breathing technique can help reduce stress and anxiety. If you do it regularly, as part of your daily routine your body will get the most benefit from it. It also helps settle you at the moment and stop unhelpful thoughts.
In addition to this, checking Facebook and WhatsApp in bed on your mobile won’t help your brain and body wind down. If you can, go to bed a bit later as this may help trigger sleep. Avoid doing things before bedtime that are likely to overstretch or overstimulate your nervous system. Also, as you design your bedroom, make every inch of space frustration-free. Organize every space so it is easier for you to go to sleep and get ready in the morning. A stress-free bedroom helps give a sense of relaxation and comfort.
For many of us, our busy work and home lives can make us feel like there’s just not enough hours in the day. To regulate a perfect sleep, sleep and wake up at the same time each day. A proper sleep routine can be helpful. Avoid napping late in the afternoon. Stick to specific timing and make sure your bedtime is early enough to ensure you get a full night’s rest.
Think of your bedroom as a sanctuary you retreat to after a tiring day for rest. So for having a peaceful sleep it is important to create a relaxing environment. Switch off electronic devices, such as TVs, mobile phones and computers that emit high levels of blue light. Exposure from blue light can trick your brain into thinking it’s still daytime and reduce the quality of your sleep. Get your bed free from electronic gadgets, bright lights and noise and make sure your bed setting is dark, quiet, and tidy. If noise or light is a problem, consider investing in some earplugs and thick curtains that block out light.
Make sure your mattress, blankets & comforters are comfortable and your sheets are made from a high thread count. Bad quality blankets & comforters and a poor quality bed also cause problems like body aches or neck sprains. Make sure your bedroom has a comfortable ambience and you have comfortable bed accessories for a more peaceful slumber. If you are confused as to how to set a proper bedroom setting, consult with an expert interior designer who will be able to help you.