10 Ways to Get More Sleep

Ways to Get More Sleep

A lot of women wait for their kids to fall asleep in order to start having their leisure time. Some women stay up to read, to cruise the internet or to chat with their friends till late. All this may sound fun, but it can ultimately lead to bad results. If you do all this, and stay up till late then you probably won’t be able to get up early in the morning. Moreover, you may feel fatigued and restless all day. Lack of sleep can leave you tired, and this can deteriorate your productivity at work or at home. Check out the following tips if you want to get more sleep.

1. Decide a specific bedtime

This is the most important step for you. You must set a specific bedtime for yourself. A lot of women have no idea of the time they will go to bed by. So, decide a particular time, and make sure you go to bed at the same time every single day. It is important to be realistic. If you wake up every morning at 7 am, then you must not stay awake until 1 am.

2. Get ready to sleep before the bedtime

Start getting ready to sleep at least half an hour before the bedtime. Wash your face, take out your contact lenses, apply a moisturizer to your face, brush your teeth and then turn off the lights. This helps you get in the mood to sleep. Make sure you keep the lights dim while getting ready for the bedtime.

3. Make your room dark

Shut the blinds and make your room dark before you sleep. You can leave a tiny foot light on before going to sleep. If you are comfortable with a completely dark room, then go right ahead and block out the light coming from your computer, your clock and your phone as well.

4. Move that body

A research showed that women who stretch at least four times a week have lesser trouble in getting good and timely sleep. You must take your stretching up a notch and work out at least five days a week. Go to a park for jogging or join a gym. You can also try Yoga or dance classes.

5. Keep your bedroom warm during cold days and cool during summer

Climate can really affect your sleep. So, make your room cozy with the help of a heater in cold days and make it cool in hot days.

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