How To Get A Good Night’s Sleep

Who doesn’t love going to bed and waking up feeling fully refreshed? There’s nothing like feeling as though you’ve got a solid night’s sleep but, unfortunately, good rest often proves very elusive for a lot of us out there… so how can you go about ensuring that you get a good night’s sleep consistently week in, week out?

Get into a routine

Start by going to bed and getting up at the same time each day to establish a good sleep routine and try to maintain this at the weekends as well, to help reinforce your body’s sleep-wake cycle.

Create a restful sleep environment

Make sure that your bedroom is dark enough to facilitate sleep and that there are no lights from any devices flashing away, as this could prove disturbing. Keep the room as tidy as you can and at an ambient temperature of around 20 degrees C.

Don’t drink too much before bedtime

Avoid drinking liquids of any kind a few hours before bed if you can help it, so you don’t have to get up in the night.

Get some exercise

You can help ensure you get a better night’s sleep if you engage in regular physical activity - although don’t be too active too close to bedtime, as this could have the opposite effect!

Try meditation

Of course, we all have worries and stresses that can affect our mental and emotional health and wellbeing, with anxiety keeping us awake at night. Meditation and mindfulness can be very effective at helping to calm the mind and get us ready for sleep, so perhaps try doing a few minutes of this before bedtime each night and see how you get on.

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