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Sleep Hygiene

Sleep Hygiene

This post is all about rem cycles and getting the most from your rest. As you probably already know caffeine and other stimulants should be avoided near bed time. In fact, depending on your metabolism or tolerance for these substances, it might be best to avoid them starting late afternoon or early evening. The best sleep is well earned, so limiting day time naps to half an hour will essentially ensure you’re exhausted at the end of night. The hygiene part comes in when you begin to cleanse your sleep space. Use your bed for night time activities only and try to avoid eating or electronics. If you can’t commit to the eight hours suggested for the average adult nightly, then you should definitely aim for at least 3-3.5 hours. This is because of the necessity of deep sleep when your body is able to repair itself, heal, and grow cell. Monitoring your sleep habits can also aid in indicating any uncharacteristic or stress induced behaviors. Not everyone is faced with the same sleeping problems. Some people have a hard time falling asleep while other’s face difficulties staying asleep. There are a number of noninvasive sleep aids, from sounds to sleeves. Find what works for you to get the most out of your sleep routine and don’t be afraid to switch it up. You might find that you are not sleeping terribly, but if there is room for improvement then why not? Weighted blankets, blind folds, limiting sound and light exposure, the recorded wave or rain sounds. You may be able to benefit more from your sleep for free. You don’t have to pay for recorded nature tunes if you already have access to google and other DIY sleep aids are only a few clicks away. If you find these tactics to be economically feasible yet ineffective, it may be time to consult with a medical professional. Sleep is important, and you deserve sound rest!

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