When we wake up in the morning, we all want to look and feel our best. If you’re struggling to get enough sleep each night, it’s likely that you will feel run down and lethargic, which can play havoc with your mood and decrease concentration levels. No matter what is on the agenda for the day ahead, here are six simple tips that you can take on board to help boost your beauty sleep.

Create a Sleep Schedule

Many of us are constantly rushed off our feet, which makes it hard to drift off and get a good night’s sleep. While your routine may be all over the place regarding your professional endeavours and errands, having some sort of control over your sleep can boost energy levels and ensure you wake up feeling refreshed. Setting a sleeping schedule and getting into a routine can aid sleep, so make sure that you give yourself 30 minutes to an hour before you hit the hay to relax and unwind.

Create a Comfortable Environment

Our bedrooms should be the one place in the home where you feel the most relaxed and content. If your room is filled with clutter, this can have a negative impact on how well you sleep. A quick tidy up can make all the difference, helping to reduce stress levels. You should also consider removing electronic devices from your bedroom, too.  And yes, this includes your TV.

Avoid Daytime Naps

If you work from home or are looking after the kids, it can be all too easy to zone out for an hour and go for a nap. While you may wake up feeling energized, you may struggle to drift off when nighttime hits. If you can’t function without a nap, try and limit it to around twenty minutes. The last thing you want is to lay awake all night, especially if you have lots of errands and work commitments to face in the morning.

Try Relaxation Techniques

Balancing work commitments, seeing family, and having a social life can heighten stress levels, making it more difficult for you to sleep. Escaping the hustle and bustle of life and taking some time out to practice relaxation techniques can reduce stress levels and help you drift off quicker. Whether it’s deep breathing, meditation, or autogenic training, there are lots of techniques that you can try out.

Purchase a New Mattress

If you’ve had your mattress for many years, you may not realize that it could be the root cause of your sleep troubles. It’s recommended that you replace your mattress every 7-10 years. If you’re struggling to decide what type of mattress to choose, each night is a popular option. The website reviews a number of bed in a box mattresses that can reduce allergy symptoms, prevent pain, and tackle snoring, all of which help to improve your sleep.

Exercise Daily

While many of us struggle to find the time for exercise, taking 30 minutes out of your day to dedicate towards regular exercise can be another great way to boost your beauty sleep. There are numerous exercises that you can perform from the comfort of your living room, which can tire you out and promote better sleep. If you prefer to get outdoors, going for a jog around your neighbourhood, or signing up to your local gym, can both be great starting points for your fitness journey. 

We all want to wake up feeling full of life and ready for whatever comes our way. So, if you’re having difficulty getting enough beauty sleep, consider making use of one or more of the strategies described above.

Mar 20, 2020

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