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How to Get a Better Night’s Sleep

The one thing that everybody on the planet has in common is the need for sleep each night. When you go to sleep, your brain and body slow down and begin a recovery process that enables you to feel better physically and mentally the next day.

Unfortunately, some people experience regular patterns of interrupted sleep. As you can imagine, this results in problems like poor concentration, lethargy, and negative moods. What can you do if you’re reading this because you aren’t getting a good night’s sleep?
Upgrade Your Bed

First of all, it makes sense to get a new bed and mattress if yours are several years old. Why? The answer is simple: old beds lose their support and comfort over time, causing bed users to end up with an uncomfortable night’s sleep.

Many different bed frames and mattresses exist on the market, so it’s worth choosing the right combination for your budget. Try beds and mattresses in person, if possible, before buying anything; otherwise, you could end up wasting your money.

When looking at mattresses, consider hybrid pocket-sprung examples that contain an upper memory foam layer, as they provide superior comfort and support.
Use Sleeping Aids Before Bedtime

Thankfully, there are many ways you can prepare your mind and body for sleep before the event. For example, you could meditate or do some yoga, or you could consume some CBD oil drops to lessen the likelihood of insomnia.

Some people even find that listening to calming, relaxing music as soon as they get into bed helps put them in the mood for sleep; you could set a timer on your phone to stop playing the music after a certain period.

It’s worth experimenting and finding out which sleeping aids work best for you. That’s because what might work for one person may not necessarily provide optimal results for you.
Avoid Using Technology Before Going to Bed

Did you know there is plenty of research to suggest that using technology like smartphones, tablets, TVs, and computers before going to bed each night can disrupt your body’s natural sleep processes?

The blue light emitted from screens disrupts your body’s circadian rhythm - the biological clock that influences much of how your body operates. It affects your body’s ability to produce melatonin - a chemical that makes you feel tired and sleepy.

Consider giving yourself a ban from technology at least one hour before you go to sleep. You could set your smartphone to “do not disturb” mode and read a book or a magazine in bed before you feel ready for sleep.
Wear Earplugs and a Sleep Mask

Lastly, do you find the cause of your sleep deprivation is due to environmental factors like noisy people in your home or loud traffic noise outside your window? If the answer’s yes, consider wearing earplugs and a sleep mask.

Doing so will make you feel like you’re in a silent bubble, and you won’t get affected by sound or light around you.

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