5 Top Tips For A Good Nights Sleep

A good nights sleep is fundamental for optimum performance, both mentally and physically. Unfortunately ensuring you have a good nights sleep can sometimes be easier said than done. If you suffer from poor or broken sleep then try out these top 5 tips to see if they can help you improve your night time routine and get a better nights sleep.

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Top 5 Tips

1. Exercise

When you are tired the last thing you want to do is exercise however exercise is so beneficial for our bodies and minds and it can actually help to relax you and remind your body that it needs sleep to recover from the physical exertion.

2. Make time to relax

Finding time to switch off and relax, especially just before bed time, is an important part of any sleep routine. This could be having a bath or some other form of self care or even going for a little stroll whatever helps you to free your mind from the days troubles. Consider taking some lion’s mane extract capsules. This mushroom extract offers potential health benefits that may improve the quality of your slumber. However, check with a healthcare provider before adding any supplement to your routine.

3. Journaling 

Keeping a journal is becoming increasingly popular. It is a quick and effective way to get your thoughts in order. If you keep your journal by your bed you can use it to write down your gratitude’s from the day, make a to do list for the following day so you aren’t worrying about remembering everything or even use it to write down your worries to help empty your mind.

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4. Create a haven

Going to bed should be enjoyable. Make sure your room is just how you like it, nice decor, a mattress or mattress topper that meets your needs and maybe even treat yourself to some luxury duvet covers. If you are comfy in bed your are more likely to be able to fall asleep quickly.

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5. Don’t stress about sleep

The more you think about getting to sleep the less likely it is to happen and the more likely it is that you will start to feel stressed and wound up. If you find yourself in bed unable to drift off then try something different to distract yourself like reading or listening to some soft music and then try again.

If your lack of sleep is causing you to feel physically ill or unable to concentrate then please do speak to your GP as they may be able to help.