5 Tips for Better Quality Sleep

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If you enjoy a lovely 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep every night and never wake up on the wrong side of the bed, then this post isn’t for you. But if you’re like the rest of us—sheep counters, ceiling gazers, toss-and-turners—you’ll go to any length to get a good night’s sleep.

There’s more than hope, thankfully. There is assistance available. We’ve compiled a list of tried-and-true sleep hacks to help you reset your biological clock, also known as your circadian rhythm, so you can finally get some shut-eye!

1. Power Down Devices

Blue light from cell phones and computers may be a notorious sleep thief in the evening since it tricks your brain into believing it’s daytime. So, if browsing through your feeds or checking up on emails is part of your evening routine, you have a few options. First, at night, try lowering the brightness on your phone or laptop. Better yet, two hours before you go to bed, log out and opt-out altogether. Of course, we realize it’s easier said than done, but a good night’s sleep is definitely worth the effort.

2. Limit Snacking

It turns out that it’s not only your brain that keeps you up at night. It’s also possible that your stomach could be to blame. Snacking or eating a late-night meal can cause your body’s natural production of melatonin and other valuable hormones to be disrupted, resulting in poor sleep. Alcohol before bed isn’t much better, and it can have the same effect on your internal organs. So it’s advised not to eat or drink anything within two hours of going to bed.

3. Follow A Sleep Schedule

Going to bed at 10 p.m. today, 2 a.m. tomorrow, and 11 p.m. the next day might throw off your regular sleep cycle significantly. Stick to a routine where you go to bed and wake up at or near the same time each morning. Your body’s sleep and waking cycles are reinforced by consistency. You’re effectively establishing an internal clock to determine when it’s time to sleep.

4. Set Your Room In Order

You don’t need to turn your bedroom into a resort to get a better night’s sleep, but since you spend a third of your day there, it’s not a wrong notion. A better bedroom environment can be enhanced by a comfortable temperature, natural lighting, the elimination of external noise, and even the way you arrange your furniture. You could also try leaving CBD oil or a tincture on your bedside table for quick use before bed.

5. CBD Before Bedtime

CBD is rising in popularity as a non-habit-forming way to support healthy sleep patterns.

Dealing with daily stress throws off balance, or homeostasis, in the body. There are countless reasons why you can be routinely robbed of your sleep but many have found relief at long last using CBD for sleep. CBD softgels with melatonin are an excellent way to help support healthy sleep patterns. Best of all, CBD is non-intoxicating and won’t leave you feeling groggy in the morning!

Best wishes and good night!

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