Betty had always been a great sleeper. Her friends used to call her “Tse-Tse,” short for Tsetse fly, because of her love for sleep. She used to fall asleep within minutes of hitting her bed and stay asleep until daybreak.
But lately, she’s been having trouble falling asleep. She would toss and turn in bed for hours, unable to drift into La-La land. Betty has tried everything she could think of to help her get quality sleep. And nothing seems to work.
Not being able to fall asleep can be so uncomfortable and frustrating. Before you get frustrated like Betty because of lack of sleep, here are three effective
ways to get the quality sleep you need this year:
Limit Technology Use Before Bed
The use of technology before bed can interfere with your ability to fall asleep quickly. And this is because of the blue light that comes with these devices.
If you want to fall asleep and stay asleep easily, try to limit your use of electronic devices before bed.
Create a Relaxing Bedtime Environment
You can create a calm and comfortable bedroom environment by lowering your
lights, diffusing essential oils, playing soothing music, and using comfortable
bedding—like our super fluffy pillows, mattress topper and silky soft sheets.
Creating a relaxing bedtime environment will help you develop a sense of peace and calm that’d get you quality sleep.
Remember to check out our super comfortable beddings and essential fragrances.
Create a Sleep Schedule
One more effective way to get quality sleep this year is to create a consistent sleep schedule. That means going to bed at the same time and waking up at the same time, even on weekends and holidays.
A consistent sleep schedule will help regulate your body’s internal clock and make it easier to fall asleep and stay asleep effortlessly each night.
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