There’s nothing worse than tossing and turning all night long, trying to fall asleep, only to look at your clock and see it’s time to get up. Sleep affects your health in so many ways including regulating your emotions, aiding concentration, and controlling your appetite. Look no farther, as we’ve got three tips to help you get the best night’s sleep and feel well-rested the next morning!
Change Your PJs
During the cold winter months, it’s always nice to lounge around the house in cozy fleece pajamas, but these aren’t ideal for sleeping in. They can throw off your body temperate and disrupt your sleep. Instead, wear an oversized tee or cotton pajamas. Pay attention to your bedding as well. Opt for breathable fabrics like cotton and linen.
Turn Off All Electricity
You’ve probably heard this many times before, but scrolling through your phone or watching television right before you go to bed can affect your sleep. Try avoiding these a couple of hours before you head to bed. If you can’t live without your phone, at least dim the lights and close your blinds.
Organize Your Bedroom
There must be a reason that Marie Kondo’s organization is so in right now. Use these principles in your bedroom and you’ll get a better night’s sleep. Start by clearing all your clothes off your floor and decluttering your power cords.