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5 Do's For a Better Night's Sleep

Use this text to share Want to start sleeping better? The steps you need to take to ensure a better rest are actually quite simple. Check out these 5 science-based strategies to improve your so-called "sleep hygiene"—healthy habits which will help you fall (and stay) asleep. 

Top 5 Sleep Hygiene Tips

Sleep (and wake) as consistently as possible.

Go to bed and wake up at the same time every day. Yes, this includes weekends and holidays! The more consistent you are with your sleep schedule, the more easily your body will be able to prepare itself for the night or day.

Try a "power down" hour.

Establish a relaxing bedtime routine that primes your body to relax. Include calming activities such as journaling, reading, or another self-care routine. Avoid highly stimulating television. 

Sleep in a cool room.

For most people, the ideal bedroom temperature is between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit. This lower thermostat setting is conducive to your body's natural tendency to reduce its temperature as you prepare to sleep. Plus, any warmer and you run the risk of shutting down your shut eye due to restlessness and affect the quality of your sleep.

Sleep in a pitch dark room.

Light is an important trigger to our bodies and helps regulate our circadian rhythm—our so-called "biological clocks" that dictate our hormone-mediated sleep/wake cycles. To avoid the risk of sending artificial wake-up messages to your brain, take steps to ensure your room is as dark as possible: install black out curtains, remove or cover up sources of artificial light, and by all means get rid of night lights. Additionally, avoid exposure to bright lights and digital devices at least 30 minutes before bed. These light sources can also disrupt your body's natural sleep/wake cycle.

Only use your bedroom for its two intended purposes.

Can you guess what they are? Rest and romance! Keep work, television, and social media out of this special room. 

The quality of your sleep impacts virtually every aspect of your physical and mental health. If you've been struggling to get a good night's rest, challenge yourself to employ at least one of the above strategies this week. Then let us know how it goes!