SAY GOODBYE TO SLEEPING PILLS FOR BETTER SLEEP AND SAVE YOUR MONEY!

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Save your money on sleeping pills and try these 5 methods for better sleep instead. You know that sleeping pills can solve your problem but for short period.

Getting a good night’s sleep is absolutely essential to leading a healthy life in many other ways. So why is it that so many people don’t take sleep seriously and develop bad habits that prevent them from getting a full night of rest?

Many people suffer from one or more of the symptoms associated with insomnia. These symptoms include difficulty falling asleep, frequent nighttime awakenings, and waking up too early.

Try these methods and save your money on sleeping pills!

1. EXERCISE 

With exercise you can more easily fall asleep. Exercise is extremely important as the benefits are nearly innumerable and can affect many aspects of our lives. Besides the usual benefits of weight loss and maintenance. Exercise can also regulate our body’s natural clock, decrease stress and anxiety.

2. ENVIRONMENT 

What is meant here by the word “environment” is actually the atmosphere indoors, in this case your bedroom. The color of your room can affect your sleep. Experts have found that those who sleep in a blue-toned room  tend to sleep longer, than those in any other colored room. The color blue is neutral and tells your brain that it’s a calm and ideal environment for sleep at all times.

Light has a powerful effect on your body’s internal clock. The presence of light tells your body that it’s still daytime and not time to sleep. This means dimming your lights if possible one hour before sleep to cue your brain and to refrain from using electronics (because of the light they emit) before bed.

3. DIET

Food you eat is important to your health and sleep. The following foods and drinks are terrible for a good night of sleep for various reasons: coffee, alcohol, spicy foods, chocolate, and high-fat foods. Some vitamins like magnesium, B vitamins, theanine, and melatonin, promote healthy sleeping. Foods that contain some of these vitamins are bananas, milk, peanut butter, green tea, fish, walnuts, and leafy greens.

4. MEDITATION 

Meditation can heavily impact not only your sleep, but your day-to-day stress and anxiety by relieving a lot of those symptoms so you can lead a more productive and mindful life. Meditating any time of the day will help your overall stress, but meditating shortly before bed can do wonders for your sleep.

5. BEDTIME ROUTINES 

Try to not using your phone 30-60 minutes before bed. Choosing a favorite activity to do before bed can also help immensely. Some suggestions include reading, yoga/stretching, meditating, and listening to calming music.

Making your bed everyday can also help with the environment of the room and your ability to fall asleep. Those who make their bed daily reported a 20% increase in the likelihood of falling asleep without insomnia symptoms.

So, try to have a better sleep and healthy life. Don’t use a sleeping pills, and save money for good.

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