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40.6 Million Americans are Sleep Deprived.
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REM Sleep, you need it. Dreameasy can help you get there. Think about how a great nights sleep each and every night would help you to perform. Work, Home, and in your everyday needs and activities.
Simply take one capsule nightly before bedtime. And let your body heal, restore and perform better through proper rest. You will see within a short period of time that your mind is able to slow down, stop racing, and you will feel a calm. From there you will be able to enter into a restful state, and be able to enter an amazing restful state. When was the last time you were able to rest well, and rest allowing you to be at your optimal abilities the following morning?
It is time for you to change the way you enter rest.
Top 15 Better Sleep Tips (According to BetterSleep.org)
Americans are in the midst of what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has called a national sleep epidemic, and society is feeling the impact. In fact, nearly 8 in 10 Americans admit they would feel better and more prepared for the day if they had an extra hour of sleep.
Luckily, solutions are not out of reach. The sleep tips below are the Better Sleep Council’s trusted solutions to help avoid the damaging effects of sleep deprivation and general grogginess after a poor night’s sleep. In short, these tips on how to sleep better can make Monday mornings – and every other morning – a lot easier to handle.
- Make sleep a priority. Keep a consistent sleep and wake schedule – even on the weekends. If necessary, try adding sleep to your to-do list. And don’t be late.
- Maintain a relaxing sleep routine. Create a bedtime routine that relaxes you. Experts recommend reading a book, listening to soothing music or soaking in a hot bath.
- Create a sleep sanctuary. Your bedroom should be a haven of comfort. Create a room that is dark, quiet, comfortable and cool for the best sleep possible. Consider a bedroom makeover.
Sounds Great – though not always easy to make happen.
- Evaluate your sleep system. Your mattress and pillow should provide full comfort and support. Your bed and your body will naturally change over time, so if your mattress is seven years old (or older), it may be time for a new one. Pillows should generally be replaced every year.
- Keep work materials out. The bedroom should be used for sleep and sex only. Keep stressors, such as work, outside the bedroom.
- Banish technology. Television, smartphones, tablets, laptops and computers should be kept out of the bedroom. Intense backlighting of electronics triggers stimulating chemicals in the brain that tell your body it’s time to be awake. Again, with our Social Media “Needs” this is often hard to make happen, and even when we do, there are the ongoing issues we are dealing with. Relationships aren’t as easy to turn off as they might want us to believe.
Realizing This is Difficult – Right?
- Exercise early. Complete your workouts at least two hours before bedtime to ensure quality sleep. Even a brisk walk can increase blood flow and improve your sleep. Sounds great, and while it may help, it is not always a practical method with our stressful lives and time availability.
- Assess your space. Did you know that for couples who sleep on a “double”, each person only has as much sleeping space as a baby’s crib? Whether you sleep with a partner or alone, your mattress should allow enough space for you to be able to move freely and easily.
- Replace caffeine with water after lunch. Caffeine can remain in your system longer than you might realize. Stay hydrated with water instead of having coffee, tea or soda in the afternoon. Great suggestion, though usually when you are in a habitual state of deprivation, this alone is hard to see having benefits, nor is it easy to make happen.
- Drink alcohol earlier in the day. If you need to indulge, a glass of wine soon after work can calm your nerves and help worries melt away, while still giving your body ample time to digest the alcohol before bed.
- Take 20- to 30-minute naps. Short naps can be restorative without disrupting your sleeping. Experts say even a 10-minute nap can improve alertness for 2.5 hours when you’re sleep deprived and for up to 4 hours when you are well rested.
I do not know about you, but taking a 20-30 minute nap sounds great, but it is virtually impossible to fit it into our busy days.
- Eat light in the evening. Finish eating at least two to three hours before bedtime.
- Keep a worry journal. Distance yourself from things that cause stress and anxiety. Writing down the things that are bothering you can give you perspective and help you relax. Just don’t keep your journal in your bedroom.
- Set a snooze button quota. Only hit the snooze button once per day. And set it for the latest setting possible in order to still wake up on time. You will feel more refreshed if your sleep isn’t disrupted multiple times.
- Buy an alarm clock. And keep your phone in the other room. Smartphones in particular can represent a source of stress during the day, and proximity to the bed can disrupt sleep – even if it doesn’t make noise or is set to vibrate.
While tips to better sleep may help; you will find that having the All Natural Dreameasy to assist you will make restful, deep sleep more of a possibility. Removing Stress, eating better, and making lifestyle choices aren’t necessarily going to solve the issues. And quite frankly, they are not always as easy to facilitate or work around as they sound. That is why Dreameasy was created. Sleep deprivation is a real issue.
Rest – it is all about getting Rest!
Anxiety, stress, grief, unhappiness and a sense of ever present negativity wear you out and drain your sense of direction. For many people, rest is a time of continuing to chew over the emotional turmoil they’re going through, thereby heightening anxiety, worries and fears. Is this how it has to be? In a word, no. Human beings are clever, adaptable and innovative but human beings often forget how to properly care for themselves and rest is one area that many of us treat as an afterthought or even as a luxury we can’t really afford. However, rest is essential for our well being and it can even be used to heal.