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Sleep Well - How To Get A Great Night's Sleep Every Night


Many of us lead such hectic lives these days and as a result we will often suffer long bouts of insomnia at times. However I think a lot of people do not help themselves because there are lots of things you could be doing in order to get a good night's sleep every night.

The first thing you can do is to stop drinking caffeine or alcohol before you go to bed. You should also try not to eat anything near bed time either, and you certainly shouldn't be eating a large meal.

You also need to relax as much as possible and try to wind down at the end of each day. So a hot milky drink is acceptable, as is a hot bath or shower as this will help relax your muscles.

It is also important to try and get into a regular sleeping pattern in order to set your body clock. This means going to bed at exactly the same time each night and getting up at exactly the same time. The latter is easy because you can use an alarm clock, but you also need to be disciplined enough to ensure you go to bed at the same time. Make sure you allow yourself at least seven or eight hours so you get a good night's sleep, and try to stick to this routine even at weekends if you can.

In order to induce sleep and make yourself feel tired once you are ready for bed, it is generally a good idea to try and do as much exercise as you can during the day. Now obviously this can be difficult if you are working at a desk, for example, but you should still be able to manage at least a 30 minute walk each day, which is better than nothing.

Also when you are in bed, reading often helps to induce sleep. So this can become part of your regular routine. Listening to a talk radio station can also help you nod off in my experience. Just make sure you set it to sleep at a certain time otherwise it will be on all night.

If you do all of these things and try to eliminate stress and worry from your life (which is easier said than done) so that your brain can switch off when you are lying in bed, you should be able to get a good night's sleep. If all else fails, you can always try taking sleeping pills, but it is always worth changing your sleeping habits and seeing if that helps before you go down this road.



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