Top Tips For Better Sleep

Updated: Jul 16, 2019

Getting the right amount of sleep is important both for our physical and mental health. When we are at sleep, the body goes through its self-healing process. Therefore, it is important that you try to get a good amount of sleep each day to allow the body to replenish itself. Sleep deficiency can increase risk of chronic illness, and have a big affect on how you think, act and learn. In order for our bodies to have a good nights rest, humans generally need 7-8 hours of sleep.

  • Stay away from big meals at night and avoid eating 2-3 hours before bed.

  • No caffeine 6 hours before bed.

  • Avoid alcohol before bed as it can interfere with the sleep quality.

  • Avoid tablets and phones when you are in bed as the blueish light mimics daylight that in turn represses the production of melatonin, which helps us fall asleep.

  • Lavender baths.

  • Burn Lavender candles or incense an hour before bed.

  • Meditation.

  • Give yourself a set bed time.

  • You can work out your bedtime by counting back from the hour you wish to wake up.

  • If you have difficulty getting to sleep try reading a book or listening to the radio before bed.

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If you do suspect you are seriously ill I would advise you to first seek medical attention.