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Published on Sep 19, 2017
How to sleep better? How to fall asleep fast in 40 seconds? Bright Side explains why these and many other things don't let your rest enough during the night.
Have you ever asked yourself, ‘Why is it so difficult to get up in the morning? Why do I feel like run over by a train?’ The answer is pretty simple: you don’t sleep right. Waking up is one of the most natural things in the world, so it’s not supposed to be such a challenge. There is something in your daily routine that stands in the way of your good rest during the night.
TIMESTAMPS Sleep enough 1:19 Make your bedroom just a bedroom 2:23 Make your bedroom as comfortable as possible 2:56 Exercise more 4:16 Change your diet 5:04 Relax more 5:46 Turn away your clock 6:44 Have early naps 7:34
SUMMARY - An average person needs around 8 hours of sleep a night. So make sure you spend this amount of time in bed every night. However, "enough" doesn’t mean as much as possible. You should maintain your normal day and night cycle (even on weekends). - It’s very important that your mind sees the bedroom as a place where the only thing you do is rest. Get rid of everything in the room that has nothing to do with sleep. - Buy a high-quality mattress that will help you rest better and faster. Your back will be in the right position, so you won’t wake up feeling as if you were in a fight and lost. - Go the gym, to the swimming pool. Walk every day. Do whatever it takes to get tired not only mentally, but also physically. Exercises help reduce anxiety and improve your sleep. - Avoid big meals before the night; otherwise, your body will have to do a lot of work when it should be resting. Digestion takes a lot of energy, so instead of restoring it, you will be wasting it. - Take a hot shower before going to bed. It will relax your body and your mind. Also, the water will cool down your body temperature, and you will sleep better. - Turning away the clock will also help you stop checking the time when you can’t fall asleep. Finding out how much time you’ve been tossing and turning won’t help you a bit. - Napping in the evening destroys your day and night cycle. Therefore, you really need a nap, either have it before 3 pm or not at all. Otherwise, you will be awake during the night.