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Proven Tips That Will Help You to Sleep Better

Being able to get a good night’s sleep is something that is important for your overall health and happiness, and can be just as important for your health as eating well and exercising regularly. In fact, research has shown that poor sleep does have some immediate negative effects on your health, starting with your hormones, energy levels, and even your brain function. When you don’t sleep well it can also play a part in weight gain and also leading to an increased risk of certain diseases. On a different note, when you are able to get a good night’s sleep, then it can help you to eat less, have more energy, and overall help you to be healthier. In fact, getting a good night’s sleep can be one of the most important things that you can do for your health, especially if you are looking to lose weight and be healthier. So here are some of the things that you can do to have a better night’s sleep; it can make such a difference. 

More exposure to bright lights

Proven Tips That Will Help You to Sleep BetterOur bodies have a natural clock in them which impacts our brains, body, and hormones. It plays a part in helping you to stay awake and starts to tell your body when it is time to sleep. And if this ‘clock’ gets interrupted, then it can make things like sleep a real problem, as your body can think that you should be up and awake. Being exposed to plenty of natural light during the day can help to keep all of this in rhythm. It will help to make you feel more energized during the day, as well as helping how well you sleep. 

Reduce blue light exposure before bed

Being exposed to light in the daytime is really natural and normal, and it does have its benefits. But when you are exposed to light before bed, then it does have a detrimental impact. What it does is disturb that rhythm or ‘clock’ can it can trick your body into thinking that it is still time to be awake. Blue light, which is the kind that comes from devices like tablets and smartphones, is something that can really impact you. So avoiding using your phone before bed is one of the best things that you can do. 

Make your room cavelike

With the high cost of electricity causing us to keep our homes warm and street lights everywhere preventing full darkness, our quality of sleep suffers. Studies have found that our best sleeping temperature is between 60-67 degrees and our rooms to be pitch black. Investing in light-blocking curtains and finding ways to keep your room in that temperature range will improve your sleep dramatically.

Get things to help

If you have trouble sleeping because of breathing problems or snoring (yours or a partners), then you need to look at what you can do to help it. There are things out there that can help, especially if something like sleep apnea is a problem for you. If you click here you can read a little more about what could help, but there are plenty of options for you. So speak to your doctor if breathing issues or snoring is leading to you not sleeping well. Something like a melatonin supplement could make a difference too.

Creating the right environment for your sleep is something that makes a difference, so make sure that you make some changes and make it a priority; your health will thank you for it.



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