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How to Improve Your Night Routine
Thursday, 25 March 2021

We all know how important getting a good night’s sleep is. While some people can drift off as soon as their head hits the pillow, for others falling asleep takes a little more work. If you’re looking for inspiration on how to improve your night-time routine, then have a read of the points below.

Dress Comfortably

When you’re getting ready for bed, you want to be comfortable. What you’re wearing and the temperature can play a huge part in this. Ladies nightwear can keep you cosy, whatever the season. Some ladies love to be warmed-up warm whatever the weather, and others will sleep in a t-shirt with the window open all year around. Know your body and what works best for you. As long as you’re feeling comfortable in your bed, that’s the main thing.

During the Day

There are habits you can pick up during the day that will help with your night routine. Again, it will depend on your preferences and what you think will work best for you. You could stop consuming caffeine after a certain time in the day. Avoid eating late in the evening. Exercise more to help yourself sleep better. Don’t drink alcohol. Your day-time habits have a huge impact on your sleep. Try making little changes and see which of them fit right with your routine.

Regular Times

The very definition of routine is all about doing activities regularly. So to help improve your night routine, you need to ensure you’re doing things at the same time. Keeping regular sleeping hours helps programme your brain and body clock. Also, waking up at the same time during the morning can help you stick to your sleeping schedule.

Wind Down

An important part of your night routine should be giving yourself time to wind-down. Taking a bath, reading a book, or listening to relaxing music. Let yourself switch-off from the day. This includes your gadgets. Lots of people are guilty of going to bed and then browsing their phone until they feel tired. Despite the fact that so many of us know phones can negatively impact our sleep. The blue light from the screen mimics daylight and can prevent the body from releasing melatonin, the hormone which aids sleep. So don’t bring your phone to bed with you.
Improving your night routine can bring so many benefits to your sleeping pattern. Find a process that works best for you. What’s your current night-time routine like?
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