• 5 Simple Tips For Getting A Good Night’s Sleep

    Herbalista | published on Mar 17, 2016

Women always have so many things going on at the same time, don’t they? It can get hard to keep all the balls in the air and then hope to get a good night’s sleep. It is important for people with busy schedules to be disciplined when it’s time to catch some zzz’s so that your body can recuperate and you can get up feeling fresh. But, it is also equally true that most people that have a lot going are not able to give up at the end of the day very easily. While the fatigue can make some people fall asleep in minutes, others may not be so lucky. Keeping everything aside and relaxing is sometimes just easier said than done.

5 Simple Tips For Getting A Good Night's Sleep

Here are a few tips that are simple enough to follow and will help you catch the glorious hours of the night in deep slumber:

  1. Nothing digital – Mobile phones, laptops, digital clocks, tablets, television and computers have taken on permanent roles in our lives. But when trying to sleep it is important to shut them all down. The rays from these units interfere with your sleeping pattern and can prevent you from a good night’s rest. No matter how important replying to an email may seem, it is better put off until after you have rested well. You will be able to respond to it much better in the morning.
  2. No afternoon-zzz’s – For people who are able to take a nap in the afternoon, doctors do not advise a period of more than 20 minutes for the nap. This could help you rejuvenate as well as not affect your night time sleep.
  3. Sort minor health issues – For the people who are unable to sleep due to health issues, getting the mild pains out of the way will help you conquer them all together. If you are suffering from acidity then have a cold glass of milk before you sleep. Or if you suffer from back pain can use a soft pillow under the knees when trying to sleep. The idea is to divert attention from the problem area so that your sleep is not hampered. Once asleep, your body will take care of a few recoveries by itself.
  4. Make a schedule – Children are often put under tight wraps when it is time for them to sleep. This works for adults too. Establish a sleeping pattern and let your body get used to it – A slow but sure way to help you get rid of insomnia! Furthermore, having a routine bedtime ritual (listening to soft music, reading, etc.) will be of use too.
  5. A good diet – This fact just can’t be emphasized enough. You’re more likely to sleep better with a diet of fruits, veggies and pulses rather than pizzas and burgers.

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