As you know, sleep is incredibly important to a healthy overall lifestyle and a healthy response to stress.
But it doesn’t stop there. If you happen to not get a good night’s rest one night, studies show it has an effect on your immune system, your memory, and a lot more.
So I have to ask:
How’s your sleep these days?
Most of us have certain nights when we toss and turn, and toss and turn…
And then finally morning comes. But we don’t feel rested.
The good news is, there are plenty of things you can do to promote restful sleep.
And that’s why we put together a sleep guide for you.
1. Set your bedroom temperature at 60-68 degrees Fahrenheit.
This range helps you naturally get into a more restful state.
If you’re having trouble sleeping, it may be because you’ve got the temperature up too high.
2. Go “screen-free” an hour before bed.
Your phone, your tablet, and your computer are all asking your brain to do something—which makes it harder for you to “turn off” afterward.
A blue light filter can help. And if you watch TV, try blue-light-blocking glasses. But the best way to get more rest? Simply stop using them right before you sleep.
3. Take supplements known for promoting restful sleep.
Examples include Ashwagandha and Magnesium—both of which we highly recommend daily if you want to support great sleep.
Healthy Vibez sea moss gel gives you both of these, providing restful sleep support while alleviating the effects of stress and tension—and also supporting your joints, hair, skin, and nails. (Take your gel a few hours before sleep).
4. Use some soothing lavender essential oil
For thousands of years, humans have been using lavender for its soothing aroma in an attempt to get better sleep.
That’s why today, it’s one of the most popular tools for aromatherapy.
5. If you’re tossing and turning, get up and go into another dark room for 20 minutes.
Often the anxiousness of not sleeping can keep you up. So get up and go do something soothing, like meditating or reading, until you feel sleepy again.
Everyone deserves great sleep!
Hopefully this was helpful.