Cultivate the Perfect Evening Routine to Avoid Insomnia
What you can do during the day
It may seem silly to think about falling asleep during the day, but if you’re as…
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I’ve never had trouble waking up in the morning. When the alarm goes off, I’m up and ready to work — but falling asleep was always another matter. If it feels like it takes you hours of tossing and turning before you actually fall asleep, there are a few things you can do to help.
We’ve talked in the past about perfecting your morning routine to start your day, but having a good evening routine is just as important. If you find that you don’t fall asleep as easily as you’d like, the text below lays out what you can do during the day, followed by how to craft a better evening routine that’ll help get you off to sleep faster.
Around one-third of American adults1 sleep less than seven hours per night, and many of them use medications and sleep aids to try to get the sleep they need. In recent years, more people have turned their attention to natural sleep aids with an estimated 20% of adults2 having tried a natural sleep remedy in the last year. Sold […]
While small children typically take naps in the afternoon, our culture generally frowns upon mid-day sleep; however, even in those who get enough sleep (but particularly in those who don’t), many people experience a natural increase in drowsiness in the afternoon, about 8 hours after waking. And research shows that you can make yourself more […]
Why should I use a natural sleep aid? Difficulty falling asleep is a common occurrence. For many people, this means trouble sleeping every now and again or for a short duration of time. In many cases, this can be corrected by improving your sleep hygiene. This includes: limiting daytime napping to 30 minutes or less exercising […]
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