We all know that sleep is very important for our health. Sleep deprivation can cause us to have accidents, be inpatient, have concentration problems and catch a cold easily.
During the month of December we tend to have more commitments than normally. We visit family members, shop for Christmas presents, plan a Christmas party and have to attend those at the office.
We most likely feel overwhelmed with all of those commitments and even start worrying at night time. Most likely robbing us of a well deserved, restful sleep.
Would you like to wake up refreshed? Well rested?
Do you wake up with pain in your body? Feeling unrested? Did you wake up during the night several time?
Many factors influence sleep quality. Stress of course can rob us of sleep. Hormone imbalances, hot flashes can cause insomnia and trouble falling asleep. Check out the list of helpful tips and download the extended list. From there pick and choose what you may think could help you.
Helpful tips for Better Sleep
- Follow a regular sleep schedule
- Create an environment conducive to better sleep
- Avoid stimulants and other substances that may impair sleep
- Avoid napping during the day
- Ensure adequate exposure to sunlight
- Engage in regular physical activity
- Incorporate stress management and relaxation techniques
Download the PDF file to get even more tips how you can improve your sleep by changing just a few things in your life.
If you are looking for some supplements that can help you fall asleep better I would recommend
Magnesium, which is on top of my list. Magnesium is important for over 300 enzyme functions in the body.
Epsom salt bath is a great way to relax in warm water plus the benefit of sulfured magnesium.
Lavender Essential Oil; just a few drops on the pillow or a tissue placed on the nightstand or next to the pillow, can improve sleep quality
CBD oil is ideal to calm down the nervous system, help reduce anxiety and improve sleep and sleep quality.
The information provided on this website is not meant to substitute professional medical advice. Consult your health care provider in regard to supplementation, especially if you are on any kind of medication.