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5 Tips for Getting a Better Night’s Sleep

When it comes to getting a good night’s sleep, there are a few things you can do to help set yourself up for success. Here are five tips to follow:

  1. Establish a bedtime routine and stick to it.

A regular bedtime routine can cue your body and mind that it’s time for sleep. Some ideas for simple bedtime routines include taking a warm bath or shower, brushing your teeth, reading a book, meditating, reflecting quietly on the events of the day and/or practicing some relaxation techniques.

  1. Avoid bright lights before bedtime.

Avoid looking at bright screens (computers, tablets, smartphones) for an hour before you go to bed. The blue light emitted from these screens may disrupt your internal body clock, keeping you awake longer.

  1. Keep your bedroom cool and dark.

A comfortable room temperature can aid in a good night’s sleep by helping you to feel drowsy when it’s time for bed. Many experts recommend using cool rather than warm temperatures as a sleep setting. Also, keep your bedroom as dark as possible to block out any unwanted light from outside or from other appliances in the room that might disrupt your sleep.

  1. Take a hot bath before bedtime.

Taking a hot bath about an hour before sleeping can help you relax and get drowsy more quickly once you get into bed.

  1. Try Sleeping Supplements

Many people find that CBN oil helps them relax and sleep better, but there are many other options as well. You can always speak to your doctor about what might work best for you.

Getting a good night’s sleep is essential for optimal health and well-being. By following these five tips, you can help set yourself up for a restful slumber each and every night!

 

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