How to have a better night sleep
The right amount of sleep is critical to both your mental and physical health. So, if you're tossing and turning in bed at night because you just can't fall asleep, it's time to change things up! We’re going to share five hacks with you that have worked for us, so hopefully they will help.
- Create a comfortable sleeping environment
Set the mood right, dim your lights, put on some relaxing music. Close all the windows and keep your room temperature comfortable. It is recommended to stay away from electronic devices before going to bed.
- Get the right amount of exercise during the day
Exercise during the day can help you get to sleep faster and stay asleep longer. Exercise is also a great way to naturally release melatonin, which helps regulate your sleep-wake cycle. In general, exercise helps you feel better both physically and mentally, making it an effective method for alleviating stress (and therefore improving your chances of sleeping well).
- Commit to a regular sleep schedule
Your body has an internal clock that helps regulate your sleep-wake cycle—it tells you when to wake up and when to get tired so that you can fall asleep easily at the right time. But if your schedule isn't consistent, this clock doesn't work as well and your brain functions less optimally.For example, if you're working on an assignment for class at night but then staying up late for other reasons (such as playing video games), it's harder for your brain to know when it should be tired because there are so many different factors influencing its signal each day.
To get started on creating a regular schedule you must try to:
-Consistently go to bed at roughly the same time each night—but don’t worry if this means going to bed later than usual; just try not go too much later than usual so that your body still gets enough rest
-Choose one consistent wake time every day (even on weekends)
- Hemp derived products may help
The cannabinoids found in hemp are known to have medical properties and may help with reducing anxiety, and giving a relaxing effect to your body. Many studies have found that cannabinoids such as CBD and delta-8 reduce the cortisol levels in the body and promote a good night sleep.
Our team at The Kokoro Way hope you found these tips helpful.
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