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How to Practice Good Sleep Hygiene


Practicing good sleep hygiene is imperative when it comes to getting a good night’s sleep. So, what is good sleep hygiene? It’s basically healthy ways you take care of yourself before bed. Most of these tasks aren’t unfamiliar, but stacking them can make you drift off to dreamland quickly.


Stay Consistent

Sticking to a regular bedtime (and morning wake up!) helps your body go to sleep and wake up with ease. By staying consistent with your schedule, your body will become accustom to and anticipate it.


Create a Restful Environment

Make your bedroom a restful and relaxing retreat that is designed to help with sleep. Keeping your room cool and dark are great ways to help you fall and stay asleep.


Keep Electronics Out

Most of our electronics emit a blue light that negatively impact our circadian rhythm. Refraining from using screens 30 minutes before bed will help you with a more restful sleep. Keep your room a place of relaxation by removing televisions and cellphones. You may want to opt of a classic alarm clock!


Start a Nighttime Routine

A nighttime routine is not only time for you to focus on yourself, it offers you an opportunity to unwind and relax. A nighttime routine can be as long or as short as you’d like. Anything from combing your hair to taking a warm bubble bath can be a part of your routine.


Can’t Fall Asleep?

Now, if you’ve prepped for sleeping success and still are tossing and turning, don’t stay in bed! If you aren’t feeling tired after 20 to 30 minutes after being in bed, get up and return when you feel drowsy. Be sure to avoid screens when doing so.


Practicing good sleep hygiene doesn’t need to be difficult. Small changes can make a big impact when it comes to sleep. How do you set yourself up for a good night’s sleep?


Happy Sleeping!

-Americanstar US