Tips for Your Routine Winding down You need to have a period of relaxing before bed. During this time you should avoid screens and things that stimulate your body and mind. Try things such as reading a book, having a cup of calming tea, taking a warm bath, gentle yoga, or meditation. Explore and find the best relaxing thing for you to do. Try journaling If you are stressed try writing out the problem or making lists. Once you have
Eat well, sleep well As we've discussed before, diet is a huge part of your health. When you eat well you are healthier. A great diet leads to better health and better sleep. What you eat can effect your sleep greatly, like when you eat sugary snacks to get you through the morning then by afternoon you're crashing. Instead of reaching for those sugary snacks in the morning, start off with a great breakfast like
Insomnia We've talked about insomnia over the past couple of days. Many times people will go undiagnosed with a sleep disorder, feeling that they're just a light sleeper, or that they just don't need a lot of sleep to function. The truth is that you do need sleep. Your body cannot function correctly without enough sleep and it is very rare for a person to actually need under 7 to 8 hours of sleep. Many common signs of insomnia are
Nutrition Nutrition is one of the key parts of being healthy and keeping your body on track to get the sleep it needs. Getting a good night's sleep involves so many factors including having a good diet. This recipe is amazing if you are suffering from Insomnia. Berry Smoothie 1/4 cup frozen strawberries 1/4 cup frozen blueberries 1/2 cup spinach 1/2 banana A handful of walnuts 2 tbsp raw honey Why This smoothie is perfect for great sleep
"One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well." Virginia Woolf This quote perfectly explains the relationship between your diet and your health. At the very core of your health is the nutrition you put into your body. The food you eat should contain nutrition that will give you the vitamins, protein, calories, minerals, etc., that our bodies need to thrive. Without the correct balance of nutrition we can be left feeling sluggish, hungry even after a meal, or even ill.
Can't get to sleep? Ask yourself a few questions the next time you can't get to sleep. 1) Did you check your phone right before bed? 2) Are you going to bed at different times every night? Where you in bed by 11 last night and trying to get into bed at 9 tonight? 3) Did you have that super yummy coffee on your lunch break? Or even later? 4) Is your bed comfortable? 5) Are you hot? Or is there a ton of light in your room?