Ready for some Pillow talk?
We’re talking that intimate conversation of you sleeping, peacefully and restfully the way you did before adult stressors or having children.
“Sleep is a foundational pillar of health, and the quality of your sleep can impact not just your physical energy in the morning but your mental and emotional health, too.” - world sleep day
Here’s some quick tips that have real results:
Have a bedtime routine - take a bath, read a book, meditate anything to signal to your body it’s time to wind down, once you get into a groove it will become automatic.
Jessica Lunsford-Avery, PhD, assistant professor in psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Duke University School of Medicine's advice for those who find maintaining consistent sleep patterns difficult is to "try setting your alarm clock to rise at the same time each day, even on weekends. Set a regular bedtime and stick to it as best you can, and don't sleep in on weekends."
Cut the screen time - this one may be hard especially if you have children - the need to Netflix and escape is real BUT the blue light has been proven to keep us awake and affect our circadian rhythm.
You can also take advantage of your phone's nighttime settings, this reduces blue light emissions and decrease the display’s brightness setting.
If you can help it, The Sleep Foundation recommends avoiding computers, smartphones, and other blue light-emitting devices in the hours leading up to bedtime to help you sleep longer and better.
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