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How to Sleep Better: 14 Tips That Will Have You Sleeping Like a Baby!



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Being able to sleep better each night not only helps your productivity and energy levels but it also improves your immune system, puts you into a lot better mood and makes you feel better the next day, and can even prolong your lifespan. Here are a few tips you should try to see if you can find the sleep formula that works best for you:

Tip #1 – Stay cool

Sleeping in a cooled down room helps drop your body temperature signaling it to produce sleep-inducing melatonin. Many experts recommend setting the room temperature between 65° and 75°F, but make sure the temperature feels right for you. The coolness also helps your body produce melatonin, helping you feel comfortable as well as sleepy.

Tip #2 – Set yourself a strict sleep schedule

One of the most important things you can do to improve your sleep is to set a schedule and stick to it. Go to bed each night at the same time and wake up the next morning at the same time. Do this not only on weekdays when you’re working, but also follow the same schedule on weekends.

Tip #3 – Extraneous light

Experts recommend that for the best night’s rest, sleep in a totally darkened room.  Light of any kind is a powerful signal that tells your brain that it is supposed to be awake. Even the tiny glow from your smart phone, laptop or other portable electronic device will pass through your closed eyelids and tell your brain to stop producing melatonin. The darker the room is, the better you are going to sleep.

Tip #4 – Stop smoking

If you’re a smoker, you already know you should stop. But here’s another reason. Because the nicotine you breathe in with smoking is a stimulant, it keeps you awake at night. Smokers are also four times as likely to not feel as well rested in the morning as nonsmokers.

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