If you find yourself having trouble unwinding from your day and getting a restful sleep, these three tips will help you find your way to sweet slumber.
1. Create A Schedule
Getting yourself into a routine before bed – and sticking to it – will help your physical and your mental parts know it’s bed time and that that means it’s time to wind down and start getting into relax mode.
Make a cup of tea, turn your lights off, put your cell phone on the charger, and turn off the laptop.
Train yourself to ‘unplug’ from your today, it’s done and over with – it’s now time to get ready for the next new day.
Keep your schedule and make it a point to stick to the routine.
2. Pay Attention To The Temperature
A comfortable room is between 66 and 68 degrees. Any warmer or colder could be a culprit in your night time waking.
Also, in regards to room temperature, be mindful of what you’re wearing to bed. Make sure it’s comfortable and breathable so that your body can adjust to your movements and temperature effortlessly while you sleep.
3. Meditate or Practice Yoga
Bringing yourself to a calm and relaxed state will help you unwind from your day and keep you centered in the now.
If you need help with slowing yourself down, there’s plenty of free guided meditation practices available on YouTube as well as free night time yoga classes.
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