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5 ultimate hacks to get a good sleep

 

1. Maintain a regular sleep-wake pattern

We all know about the importance of having sufficient sleep, but it turns out that maintaining a regular sleep pattern is just as important. It helps minimize chronic health problems such as obesity, hypertension and elevated blood sugar.

While it might be tempting to sleep in or stay up late on weekends, try to set up a regular bedtime and stick to it as best as you can. If you find yourself dreading going to bed or rushing to bed, try personalizing your bedtime routine to allow time to decompress from your day, including stress-relieving or pampering activities that help you look forward to it every night.

 

2. Keep your room cool

The number one factor to peaceful sleep is temperature. Whether you are a hot or cold sleeper, temperature affects us all. Keeping your body at a cool temperature while you sleep is crucial for gaining a good night’s rest. This is because our body’s core temperature needs to drop 2-3 degrees in order to achieve a deep level of sleep.

 

3. Have a warm bath or shower

Washing off the day with a warm bath or shower. Studies have found that taking a warm bath an hour or two before bed raises your body temperature enough and can accelerate the speed of falling asleep by about 36%. Also, nothing feels as good as sinking into bed feeling squeaky clean.

 

4. Relax with a light stretch or breathing exercise

If movement is more your speed than sitting still, yoga and stretching before bed may be just what you need. Mindful movement has been linked to improved sleep quality, and in some cases, higher quality of life.

By incorporating movement into your night routine, you will simultaneously calm your nervous system and give your mind something relaxing to focus on. Stretching can also help to relieve your body of muscle tension built up throughout the day 

 

5. Sleep with bedding that’s right for you

Optimise your sleep environment by choosing the right bedding. Different fabrics and weaves affect breathability (air flow) and your body temperature. Opt for finer yarn such as our Dream Collection as it creates more natural gaps for better air flow and heat release, keeping you cool and comfortable throughout the night. Our organic materials are also free from harsh chemicals and hypoallergenic, perfect for people who have skin sensitivities.