8 Tips That Will Help You Sleep Better At Night

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Many people struggle to get a good night’s sleep. In fact, the National Sleep Foundation found that over one-third of adults in the World has at least one symptom of insomnia each month. If you are having trouble sleeping, here are 6 tips that will help you sleep better at night!

1. Mattress and bed type

Choose a mattress and bed type that is comfortable for you. You may need to try out various brands before finding the best one for your needs, but it will be worth it in the end when you can sleep well at night. The right mattress should provide enough support so that your spine doesn’t get too much stress while you are sleeping. In addition, different people have different preferences but everyone can catch healthy sleep with Resthouse – relaxation mattresses and beds that provide a unique comfort experience. When you manage your mattress and bed type, you are one step closer to getting a good night’s rest.

2. Avoid drinking caffeine after 3 pm

Avoid drinking caffeine after around three in the afternoon. Caffeine can remain in your body for hours, which means that if you want to sleep well at night it is best to stop consuming caffeine several hours before bedtime. Some people may have a harder time falling asleep right away without having something containing caffeine so instead of going cold turkey try switching out caffeinated drinks for decaf ones and see how you feel!

3. Get a full 8 hours of sleep every night

Getting a full eight hours of sleep every night is the best way to get enough rest. You may find that you need even more or less than this amount, but make sure not to skimp on sleep because it’s worth your health! If you are having trouble falling asleep at night try taking naps during the day to build up energy so that when bedtime comes around you’ll be tired and ready for some shut-eye.

You should also consider keeping your room cool if you have difficulty sleeping which can help ease tension in muscles and minds, helping you fall into deep slumber quickly.

4. Make sure your bedroom is dark at night

Make sure your bedroom is as dark at night as possible. Light, even the slightest amount of light can disrupt sleep patterns and make it harder to fall asleep or stay asleep through the night. You may want some form of noise in order to help you feel comforted but if there are any lights on try using a mask so that they don’t disrupt your body’s natural rhythms!

5. Use an eye mask to block out light from electronics or other sources in the room

You can use an eye mask to block out the light from electronics or other sources in your room. Not only will this make it easier for you to fall asleep, but some people find that they sleep better because of the added darkness as well! If you are struggling with insomnia and have a hard time falling asleep at night, try using an eye mask so that when bedtime comes around there will be nothing standing between you and restful slumber.

6. Keep your bedding clean and dry, including using allergen-blocking pillowcases

Make sure that your bedding is clean and dry. You not only want to make sure you are sleeping on a comfortable mattress but having dirty sheets can lead to things like allergies which may disrupt sleep patterns. Wash your pillows once every week or two weeks depending on how often they get used so that dust mites don’t have time to settle in the fibers of your pillowcases!

7. Get rid of the TV and computer before bed

Try to keep the TV and computer out of your room before bedtime. Not only do these devices emit a lot of blue light which can interfere with sleep, but they also prevent you from getting into a good sleeping pattern! Try going for an hour or two without using electronics so that when it’s time for bed there is nothing standing between you and restful slumber.

8. Drink warm milk to help you sleep

Drinking warm milk before bed may help you sleep. Some people find that the tryptophan in milk helps them to relax and fall asleep quickly while others think of it as a soothing beverage that is perfect for winding down at night! If you are having trouble sleeping, give this age-old remedy a shot because there’s nothing like some warm milk to lull you into deep slumber every night.

Sleep is such an important part of life, and it seems like we’re always running out! But with these six tips, you can improve your sleep quality significantly. If this blog post has been informative to you in some way or another, please share it with a friend who could benefit from the advice!

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Written by Rebecca Brown

Rebecca Brown is a translator by day, and a traveler mostly at night. She is an expert on living with jet lag – and packing in tiny suitcases. She is from London and you can read more of her exploits at RoughDraft.

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