Effortless Tips for Women Who Need to Increase Their Sleep πŸ΅πŸ’€πŸŒœ ...


Are you having problems sleeping?

Do you have trouble falling asleep, or do you always wake up far too early?

Do you never feel properly refreshed?

A good night's sleep is important for us to function properly, and without enough quality rest we just don't feel 100%.

So if you need to improve the quality of your sleep, here's what you should do …

1. Switch off Digital Devices 1 Hour before Bed

With the advent of tablets and smart phones, many of us are checking our devices right up until the time we switch off the light.

But this is no good for helping us fall asleep;

in fact, it does quite the opposite.

The light that these devices emit affects our sleep pattern negatively.

So switch off your laptop or tablet an hour before you go to bed, and resist the temptation to check your phone during this time.

Nothing is that urgent!

2. Make Sure Your Bedroom is Comfortable

For good 'sleep hygiene', it's important to prepare your bedroom properly.

A cool room is more comfortable for sleeping, so make sure that the temperature isn't too high.

You should also block out as much light as possible.

And if there is any noise that could keep you awake, use earplugs.

3. Sleep Alone if You Need to

We've been conditioned to believe that a couple should share a room.

But sharing a bed can keep you awake - especially if your partner snores!

Sleeping in separate rooms may actually be the best option for a good night's sleep.

So if you have a spare room, consider using it.

It doesn't mean there's anything wrong with your relationship.

4. Avoid Alcohol & Coffee before Bed

If you've been having trouble sleeping, look at your consumption of alcohol or coffee.

Is there a pattern?

These two things can disturb your sleep, so limit your alcohol consumption and avoid coffee during the evening.

If you do want a coffee during the evening, ask for a decaf - it'll taste just as good, but you won't get that caffeine buzz.

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