How To Get A Better Night’s Sleep?

How To Get A Better Night’s Sleep?

Overview

According to experts, adults between the ages of 18 to 64 need at least 7 to 8 hours of sleep each day..

However, with our personal and professional commitments and not to mention the endless social media scrolling, getting enough beauty sleep is increasingly difficult, isn’t it?

Let us explore how to get a better night’s sleep and improve the quality of your sleep.

Blue Light

Our sleep is regulated by hormones, especially melatonin.

Whenever melatonin’s production is adversely affected, it results in sleeping disorders, including sleep apnea – a condition affecting as many as 10-30% of men and women.

Therefore, eliminating blue light from our lives is a good start to getting better sleep. Here’s how you can do that:

  • Reduce screen time
  • Eliminate the use of mobile phones at least two hours before bed
  • Turn on the sleep mode in your smartphone and other gadgets

Caffeine

From Asia to America, everyone loves a freshly brewed cup of tea or coffee upon waking up, and why wouldn’t they?

Caffeine is a stimulant that energizes your body, unlike any cold shower!

While caffeine is a great way to stay focused, it disrupts your circadian rhythm and, hence, sleep cycle.

A study explored consuming caffeine 6 hours prior to sleep can reduce the total sleeping hours by as much as one hour.

Therefore, say no to tempting coffee dates after sunset!

Potions To Help You Sleep

What if we told you there exists a tea, without caffeine, that improves your sleeping patterns in miraculous ways?

From relaxing your body to easing your overactive thoughts, the Roogenic Native Sleep Tea blend helps you sleep like a baby in the wink of an eye.

Exercise

Can you remember when was the last time when you fell asleep as soon as you hit the bed?

Perhaps, back when you were a child and when your bones were tired, bodies exhausted, and thoughts calm.

But how does one reclaim a good night’s sleep by getting some physical activity done?

Exercise is the answer!

Hitting the gym or doing a 35-minutes cardio reduces the onset of sleep, the time it takes to fall asleep.

So, if you wish to spend less time turning in bed, do some crunches and sit-ups and prepare to embrace a deep slumber that takes you back to those post-playdate sleeps in childhood.

Diet & Hydration

 You can buy the most expensive and comfy mattress, and pillows yet stay deprived of a good night’s sleep.

Like most things, from abs to looks, sleep is also made in the kitchen!

As bizarre as it might sound, high fiber, less fat, and less sugar in your diet can help you sleep better!

In addition to diet, you must stay hydrated and use NutriVital’s Sleep Formula that is crafted to help you sleep peacefully and rejuvenate your mind, body, and soul.

Conclusion

 

We spend almost 40% of our lives sleeping. Therefore, it makes complete sense to invest time and energy in improving our night’s sleep quality.

With our comprehensive guide, Wellness Nutrition, and some soft memory pillows, you can say goodbye to insomnia and dive into a deep sleep!

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