Revive Your Sleep Sanctuary

If you want to build a stronger relationship with sleep, look no further! Here’s one thing you can do: Make sure your bedroom is a peaceful oasis for rest. Dim the lights, and ensure your bed is comfortable and inviting. Invest in blackout curtains or a comfortable sleep mask, as darkness helps your brain to shut down and detox. With this as your foundation, create a routine of shifting your thinking from worrying about not falling asleep to simply getting comfortable and embracing sleep. Establish sleep-promoting behaviors, like listening to calming music or meditating before bed. Engaging in a gratitude practice is an evidence-based technique that can help you decelerate your thought patterns, and experience increased tranquility.

Looking at the clock can increase anxiety and worry about not falling asleep, so try to avoid this.

These simple actions can help you build a more robust relationship with sleep and get all its benefits! Try for yourself. You won’t regret it! You’ll be well on your way to creating a robust relationship with sleep. And who knows, you might even wake up feeling more refreshed and energized than ever before! So what are you waiting for? Get started today!

Happy sleeping!

One final tip: Get plenty of natural daylight. This helps regulate your body’s internal clock and makes it easier to fall asleep at night. 


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