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Having Trouble Getting Enough Sleep? Here's 5 Ways To Change That! - Sophia Belnap - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

Having Trouble Getting Enough Sleep? Here's 5 Ways To Change That!

It is just a simple fact that everyone needs an adequate amount of sleep every single night in order to be a fully functioning person each and every day. Countless scientific studies have been done that all support this concept heavily. It is safe to say that getting the right amount of sleep each night is absolutely crucial for your daily well-being. However, in the modern age of smartphones and busy schedules, many people find it increasingly more difficult to achieve this goal. If you are one of these people, know that you are not alone. Here are five tips that might help send you to dreamland and leave you feeling refreshed every morning.

1. Eat Smart

Oddly enough, a key component of a person getting good sleep lies in their diet or how they eat leading up to when they go to bed. One common tip that has been known to work for some is to eat a banana before bed. This advice may seem random, but bananas have certain nutrients that actually may help you sleep better. It is definitely worth a try as a pre-sleep sweet snack.

Another aspect of this tip is to focus on eating healthfully throughout your entire day. Healthy eating does not mean you need to eat salads and egg whites. In fact, you should add variety to your diet through the intake of whole grains, fruits, veggies, nuts, and seeds. Ensuring that your diet is filled with whole-food-based variety will help your body access all of the nutrients that it needs in order to function properly, including getting enough sleep.

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2. Stay Away From Screens

It can be tempting to scroll through your phone in bed, but studies show that the blue light of your phone, computer, and television screens has a negative impact on your natural sleep cycle. It has been shown to keep your brain active in a way that disallows healthy sleep. Some ways to combat this issue could be to stop using screens an hour before bed or to get blue light glasses.

3. Develop a Nighttime Routine

Humans tend to be creatures of habit, so it is no surprise that creating a routine can help you achieve a goal far more easily than leaning into chaos and disorganization. Many people have found that they are able to achieve far better sleep when they create a nighttime routine that works for them. The goal here is not to feel trapped within a prison of your own creation but rather to make time for some self-care right before bed. Finding the steps of a night routine that works for you can be like the first verse of a song that always leads to a powerful flawless chorus. In this case, the chorus should be a night full of peaceful sleep.

4. Exercise During the Day

It might be counterintuitive to think that working out will help you sleep, but it seems to work for a lot of people out there. The general idea is that if you tire your body during the day, you are more likely to sleep soundly at night. Plus, exercise has so many other benefits that make it worth it in and of itself.

5. Be Consistent

The most important thing is for you to find what works for you and remain consistent in your pursuit of healthy sleep. Whether what works for you is a bedtime routine, a banana before sleep, or thirty minutes of exercise, stay committed to making it work, and you will be able to sleep throughout the night.

All in all, you now know just how important it is to hit your sleep goals every night. Not only does it leave you feeling refreshed the next morning, but it is also crucial to the physiological functioning of your mind and body every day! If you are having trouble sleeping through the night or getting to sleep at all, you should try out one, any, or all of these tips. Hopefully, you will find something that works for your mind and body that will lead to you having many sleep-filled nights ahead of you.

Publish Date: March 22, 2022 10:48 AM

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