7 Things To Do For Ensuring Better Sleep

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Sleep deprivation is one of the biggest issues in our general public today. Particularly amongst the youngsters. In the present aggressive world, everybody is centered around their separate fields. They are neither ready to invest the resulting measure of energy for themselves nor they keep them sound and fit. What’s more, to keep these things on track, a satisfactory measure of rest is a standout amongst the most vital “Mantra”.

Insomnia can be due to many reasons though, there are other things at play: stress, worry, digestive issues, stimulants, high emotions, artificial lights in the bedroom, or a distracting noise, for example. Our body and mind have trouble processing this, and therefore switching off can be tricky.

 

Here are some ways to overcome insomnia.

 

1. Discipline

 

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Making a timetable and following it should be one of the most important factors in everyone life, but everyone ignores it. Following a planned routine in the right manner in your daily life can be highly beneficial.


2. Exercise And Meditate Daily

 

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Exercising at the starting of the day make our body fit and healthy. It leads to tiredness at the end of the day, which helps to fall asleep.
Warning: don’t exercise just hours before sleeping hour, this will divert your body and senses from sleep.


3. Follow Healthy And Nutritious Diet

 

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Bad digestion often leads to sleeplessness because our body is focused into solving this problem and this leads to sleep-sabotage for the day. Keep eating fruits, vegetables on alternate days and a regular supply of vitamin C as our body can’t store vitamin C, its excreted out every day. Getting out in the sun is also proven beneficial for the health.


4. Overcome Distractions

 

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Establish a regular “going to bed” routine. This including no computer or screens after 8pm (excluding the occasional movie outing!). The use of phone and computer just before going to bed is bad for eyes and our brain is distracted from the sense of sleep. Minimising the use of screens in daily life is also recommended.


5. Eat 4 Hours Earlier

 

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Try not to eat too close to going to bed. You’ll feel that you have to stay up later just to let your food digest. Eat your meals at least 2 hours before going to bed and avoid eating at the middle of the night. Don’t drink excess fluids before going to bed. That will only lead you to visit washroom for the rest of the night!


6. Avoid Stressful Conversations

 

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Having any big or potentially stressful conversations before going to bed will lead your brain and body thinking about the conversation, having it over and over again in your mind, increasing stress level and no matter how hard you try, you won’t be able to get it out of your head. And soon, all your attention will be diverted into the conversation leaving you awake all night.


7. Cut Down On Caffeine

 

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Have it before noon if you can’t resist. Caffeine acts as a central nervous system stimulant. When it reaches your brain, the most noticeable effect is alertness. You’ll feel more awake and less tired. Which will cause troubles in falling asleep? Chamomile tea, decaf are a great alternative. Avoid all types of soft drinks and start drinking natural fruit juices, and plenty of water, at least 3-4 liters in a day.


 

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