How Do I Get Better Sleep?
How Do I Get Better Sleep?
There are many causes that explain why people have trouble sleeping so it stands to reason that there are many things you can try in order to achieve getting better sleep.
Learning more about getting a good night’s sleep is the first step towards improving your sleep habits. Everyone wants to sleep more soundly but finding useful practical information that translates into things you can do that have a real lasting impact on your sleep can be a difficult proposition. We are here to help with the following tips and suggestions.
As background, for some people sleep comes naturally but for many it is not so easy. Chronic bad sleep results in a vicious feedback cycle. For example, over the long-term, insomnia can lead to hypertension, obesity, immune suppression, and even diabetes which then worsens sleep. There are many overlapping negative consequences of poor sleep from hormonal imbalances to irritable mood and depression. research has shown sleep deprivation reduces cognitive abilities and impairs motor coordination. Having enough daily high-quality sleep is crucial not only because it helps you feel better and more alert during your day, but because good sleep plays an essential role in maintaining your health.
There are many sleep aid products for the bedroom that claim to improve sleep quality— from mattresses to nightstand lamps. Anything that promotes a sleep routine can help. This includes alarm clocks and setting up your bedtime so it prioritizes sleep over any other activities. Aromatherapy and comfortable bedding has also been shown to improve sleep quality. Any light disrupts natural sleep so having blackout curtains or a sleep mask to avoid light can also be beneficial. The above described products and concepts are readily available on-line (with a simple google or amazon search).
Relaxation can also be of enormous benefit as one component of improving sleep hygiene. Practicing yoga or some other form of meditation before bedtime can relax both the body and mind.
Improving your sleep environment and applying calming techniques are essential. The following recommendation is just as important: avoid alcoholic or caffeinated beverages before bedtime. Instead brew a non-caffeinated tea such as with chamomile, lavender, lemon peel, rose hips.
These all may be helpful in some circumstances. However, they fail to fully address underlying non-environmental causes of poor sleep, such as having restless legs. So enjoy your tea along with RestWellLegsFX™ which has been specially formulated with a proprietary blend of ingredients to promote high quality sleep by calming restless legs. For many, calm legs equals better sleep. Sit back and relax with the comfort of knowing you are helping yourself to a better night's sleep.
In general, if you have chronic sleep problems you should consult with a medical professional who has expertise in sleep. Ask your doctor if RestWellLegsFX™ is the right nutritional supplement for you.