The Top 3 Things People can do to get The Most Restorative Sleep Possible + The Why Behind Each
High Performing People, Sleep Science and Optimal Recovery Strategies.
Sleep struggles are real.
And if they are constant, nearly every aspect your life, wellbeing and of those around you will be negatively effected.
In the reverse, people who average 7+ hours a sleep tend to live longer, forget less, and are more likely to be happier, more productive and healthier than those who do not.
It's during our sleep cycles that we store memories, rebuild muscle and bone and cleanse the brain and body of harmful waste.
And when you are low slept, you are also effecting those around you.
Drowsy driving is a serious health concern for yourself plus everyone around you. And moodiness whether you're at work, with family or friends is no fun for anyone!
Here's the top 3 researched ways to maximize how to get that all important good nights rest:
1. Stick to a consistent sleep schedule: Going to bed and waking up at the same time every day, including weekends, helps regulate your body's internal clock and makes it easier for you to fall asleep and wake up. Consistency helps to keep your body's circadian rhythm in check, which is critical for restorative sleep.
2. Create a comfortable sleep environment: A dark, quiet, and cool room can help promote a peaceful sleep environment. The darkness helps to produce melatonin, a hormone that regulates your sleep-wake cycle, and the quiet and coolness help to reduce distractions that could disrupt your sleep.
3. Relax before bed: Engaging in activities such as reading, meditation or yoga before bed can help to relax your mind and body and make it easier to fall asleep. These activities can help to reduce stress and anxiety, lower your heart rate and blood pressure and prepare you for sleep.
Overall, the top three things people can do to get the most restorative sleep possible are to create a consistent sleep schedule, a comfortable sleep environment, and to relax before bed. These practices help to regulate the body's internal clock, reduce distractions and prepare the body and mind for a peaceful and restful sleep.
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