What you do and what you fail to do during the day can affect the quality of your sleep. So if you want to improve the quality of your sleep and get 7+ hours of sleep, this post is for you.
Here are 7 sleep habits that can help you fall asleep and stay asleep.
1. Keep a consistent sleep schedule. Get up at the same time every day, even on weekends or during vacations. Doing this can improve your long-term sleep quality.
2. Avoid large meals, caffeine, and alcohol before bedtime. Lol, Bella, this has your name boldly written on it. Catch your sub! Avoid taking heavy meals, caffeine or alcohol before your bedtime if you desire quality sleep.
3. Get some exercise. Being physically active during the day can help you fall asleep more easily at night.
4. Turn off electronic devices at least 30 minutes before bedtime. This is because the blue light from these devices tricks your body into thinking it’s daytime.
There are several ways you can reduce blue light exposure in the evening. E.g. Wearing glasses that block blue light. Installing apps that block blue light on your device, etc.
5. Take a relaxing bath or shower. In one study, taking a hot bath 90 minutes before bed improved sleep quality and helped people get more deep sleep.” – Healthline
So if you don’t already do this, try taking a hot bath before bed.
6. Reduce your fluid intake before bedtime. That way, you wouldn’t have to wake up at intervals during the night which can hinder your sleep quality.
7. Optimize your bedroom environment. To optimize your bedroom environment, try to minimize external noise, light, and artificial lights from devices like alarm clocks. And also try to make your bed comfortable.
Ps. This is the only part where you can increase your Fluidé consumption before bed (pun intended). Our products are carefully curated to help you get quality sleep.
Do you want to know what sleeping for 7+ hours does for you? Stay tuned on our upcoming post.
Disclaimer: These articles are curated to entertain and educate you, but they shouldn’t substitute professional medical advice. If you suffer from severe sleep.