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Getting enough sleep may sometimes elude you. You have a busy, crazy day at work. The kids are off the wall. You have finished dinner, late as usual. You haven’t exercised today. And it will all repeat tomorrow, UNLESS, you start to work on a pattern to regain control to encourage the rest you need. Read on to find out more about healthy sleep habits.
Healthy habits you do every day are not just for diet, weight loss, energy, and overall health and wellness. They are also important to help you fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer. Here are some healthy habits I suggest to improve your sleep.
After encouraging healthy meal choices, there are some other habits that may cause you to not get your best sleep. See if any of these are a part of your routine so you can decide if and when you are able to make some small changes so you sleep better.
Now that we have addressed ensuring some healthier food choices and some habits that might be contributing to less than optimal sleep, let’s consider how to make your bedroom an oasis for sleep so you can be your best self tomorrow. Don’t think you have to conquer all the suggestions at once. That would be too much for anyone. Choose 1 or 2 simple items that you can implement today so you can start making the changes you feel are most important.
Sleep may be difficult during different seasons of our lives, but with a little work and consideration, you can get better sleep. Don’t be upset if it takes some trial and correction until you find the right pattern. Also, don’t be surprised if you have to circle back a few times when there are changes happening your life and family.
Out of all the items mentioned in these articles, which one makes the most sense for you to start with today? Don’t sabotage yourself by choosing to try all of them at the same time.
Trying to work on your sleep routine. Download this checklist and make your own routine.
Let me know what you are working on first.