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How To Improve Your Sleep This Year

Sleep is one of the most important parts of life. We spend nearly half of our lives sleeping and it should be something that you enjoy and feel good about when you are done. Millions of people have a hard time getting to sleep, staying asleep, or simply can’t sleep and there are a number of different reasons why that is. These tips can help you get a better nights rest and help you feel energized and invigorated in the morning. 

Try replacing your mattress if it is old and uncomfortable. Your mattress can hurt and make your life harder than it needs to be. Every one has different needs when it comes to their bodies and sleeping so get down to a furniture store and start doing some test drives. When looking for a premium mattress for sale it is always best to get into the bed and see how it feels before you buy it. You may sleep better on a soft mattress rather than a hard one and you can’t tell the difference when buying online. You may require adjustments or accessories you are unaware of until you visit and speak with a mattress professional. Take the time when shopping around as it is a big part of your life and an expensive purchase. 

Create a bedtime routine that helps you to disengage with the world and fall asleep without struggle. Many people stress too much just before bedtime and spend hours tossing and turning when they could be resting peacefully. Take the time to complete all your social media, emails, bill payments and requests an hour before bed giving you time to engage in comfort and sleep and not spending it stressing over screen time. Stress is one of the biggest sleep killers on the planet and this will help you to complete your to do list in a timely manner and feel good about going to bed. 

Stop eating an hour or two before you go to bed. Eating in bed is an unhealthy way to gain weight and creates digestive health issues. Your food is not being properly digested and you are most likely filling yourself with unhealthy snacks. Digesting takes time and energy so eating before bed is not a great way to prepare for resting. 

Get some exercise before bed so you will feel exhausted and need to rest. If you sat around all day doing nothing your going to feel restless when you climb into bed and your going to have a hard time getting to sleep. If you go for a nice walk, get intimate with your partner, or take an hour in at the gym your body will want to rest making sleep more attainable. 

Try melatonin, essential oils or CBD products to help you sleep. Some people simply cannot turn their brains off and it makes it impossible to fall asleep. They have a million thoughts running through their heads and it keeps their eyes open and brains feel wired. Using melatonin or CBD can help rest your mind and encourage you to get to sleep at a decent time and remain sleeping throughout the night. 

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