"If people were meant to pop out of bed, we'd all sleep in toasters."~ Unknown
Sleep Aid Resource provides practical tips for restoring healthy sleep. Are you having trouble sleeping? Do you find yourself going to bed wanting desperately to fall asleep but feel wide awake despite being, oh so, tired?
Or perhaps you can fall asleep right away but find yourself wide awake just a few hours later?
After perhaps days or weeks of these sleep problems do you now experience "sleep anxiety?" Worried that tonight will bring yet another sleepless night?
Do you long for those simpler days when you never gave sleep a moments thought - it just came naturally and you woke up well rested?
Well, it is possible to restore your sleep - naturally and without prescriptions.
Get Ready for Rejuvenation
Are you ready for a change? Ready to sleep through the night and live with energy during the day? I know I was after years of trouble falling asleep and staying asleep. Now I fall right to sleep at night and enjoy a restful night waking up rejuvenated. How did I do it?
... by practicing several natural sleep aid tips.
What we do during the day often determines how well we sleep at night. My job involves a long commute to and from work combined with long hours of sitting at a computer - leaving little time for exercise or exposure to day time sunlight. A brisk walk at lunch time is now a priority for me. Find out what else I've done to get a good night's sleep:
If you are having sleep problems - you need to start changing up your bedtime routine. Really it does make a difference. Be intentional about getting to bed earlier, go to bed at the
same time, turn off electronics at least one hour before bedtime. Find out why these little habits can reap big sleep benefits ..... Sleep Hygiene
Maybe you have tried all of these sleep tips to no avail. Your sleep troubles can be from an unhealthy lifestyle, a hormone or mineral deficiency or from a serious sleep disorder.
Ask your sleeping partner about your breathing or snoring at night. Perhaps you sleep sufficient hours but still wake up tired and exhausted. Go see your doctor to get assessed.
There are lots of reasons why sleep is so important for children - it is especially important for their health but also for their emotional well being. A well rested child is a happy child ... with a happy parent. Teaching your child good bedtime habits now will benefit them for the rest of their lives:
The most important area to asses when it comes to sleep
deprivation is the source. How do you find the root cause of your
problem? Sometimes it is due to a period in your life that is short-term - such a new baby in the family, a work project that requires long hours, or international travel. Other times it can be that you have not made sleep a priority and instead of going to bed you are surfing the web, playing a video game, watching a movie or texting on the phone.
Imagine waking up refreshed, feeling alert all day long. Would your life change? What about your relationships and productivity? Speaking from experience, you may not realize what being sleep deprived is doing to your mental and physical health until you know what it feels like to be well rested.
Unless you completely detached yourself from the modern world and escaped to some remote island, you will experience sleep problems during different periods of your life. However there are steps you can take today, or should I say tonight to make your daytime experience more manageable and enjoyable. Common sleep disrupters include:
Looking for a Quick Fix or a Long Term Solution?
This is an essential decision on your road to rejuvenation.
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