Can't Sleep? 7 Tips to Help You Get a Good Night's Rest

Can't Sleep? 7 Tips to Help You Get a Good Night's Rest

We’ve all been there before: tossing and turning for hours on end, checking the clock every five minutes, and getting increasingly frustrated as the minutes (and then hours) pass by without a wink of sleep. If you’re struggling to get a good night’s rest, you’re not alone.

According to the National Sleep Foundation, 50 to 70 million adults in the United States have a sleep disorder! [1]

(If you’re having chronic issues sleeping, we strongly recommend consulting with your doctor).

Luckily, there are a few simple things you can do to increase your chances of falling (and staying) asleep.

In this blog post, we’ll share seven tips to help you curl up with your comfiest pillow and get a good night’s sleep.
And there's a bonus #8 you'll love!

Tip#1: Establish a Regular Sleep Schedule

Going to bed and waking up at the same time each day can help regulate your body’s natural sleep rhythm.

Over time, this will help you feel sleepy when it’s time to go to bed and more energetic when it’s time to wake up.

Tip#2: Create a Relaxation Ritual

A relaxation ritual is anything that helps you wind down and prepare for sleep. It can be something as simple as reading for 20 minutes before bed or taking a warm bath.

The key is to find something that works for you, and then do it every night before going to sleep.

For help on setting up your own nighttime relaxation habits to get your body into "sleep mode," watch what Trainer Lindsey does below!

Tip #3: Avoid Caffeine Before Bedtime

Caffeine is a stimulant, which means it can make it harder for you to fall asleep and stay asleep.

So if you’re having trouble sleeping, it’s best to avoid caffeine 3-4 hours before bedtime

Tip #4: Avoid Alcohol Before Bedtime

Alcohol may make you feel drowsy at first, but it can disrupt your sleep later in the night.

So if you’re looking for a good night’s rest, it’s best to avoid alcohol before bedtime.

Tip #5: Get Some Exercise During the Day

Exercise can help improve your sleep by making you tired when it’s time to go to bed.

Just make sure not to exercise too close to bedtime, as this can have the opposite effect and make it harder for you to fall asleep.

Tip #6: Keep Your Bedroom Cool and Dark

A cool, dark room is ideal for sleeping because it cues your body that it’s time to rest.

To keep your room dark, try using blackout curtains or an eye mask.

Tip #7: Limit Screen Time Before Bedtime

The blue light emitted by screens can disrupt your natural sleep rhythm. So if you’re having trouble sleeping, try limiting screen time for 30 minutes before bedtime.[2]

You don’t have to start doing ALL these things, but if you’re having trouble getting asleep and staying asleep, pick one and start small!

Because when you are getting good, regular sleep, you’ll have more energy AND feel better throughout your whole day!

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