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Getting a Better Night's Sleep

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How to Get a Better Night's Sleep

Your body relies on sleep to recharge each night. It is vital for both your physical and mental health to get a deep sleep each night. When you are uncomfortable, have difficulty falling asleep, and wake up during the night, you will not get the quality of sleep that you need. Luckily, there are some easy things that you can do to help your body get the deep sleep it needs.

Tips for Quality Sleep

1. Go to sleep at the same time each night, and get up at the same time each morning. It is important that you do this on the weekends, too. If you build a regular schedule, your body will recognize when it is time to go to sleep and prepare for that. An added bonus is that your body will wake up more quickly in the morning as well.

2. Keep your bedroom cool. Your body needs to cool down for a deep sleep, and studies have shown that about 65 degrees Fahrenheit is the best temperature to encourage quality sleep. If this means getting a lighter blanket or putting a fan in your room, then do that.

3. Build a bedtime ritual. Whether it is sitting down and drinking a cup of tea, reading a book for a while, or anything else that relaxes you, doing something before bed every night tells your body that it's time to wind down. This activity will help your body get ready for sleep.

4. Get a comfortable bed and pillow. Comfort is key to great sleep. You don't want to wake up every time you move or stiffen up during the night. Find the right bed and pillow for you, and your body will be comfortable enough to get real rest.
Getting a Better Night's Sleep