Look! I can do it with my eyes closed!

Sleep is one of the most overlooked facets of healthy living. Even after having a good nutrition
and exercise regimen, most people will make little to no changes to their unhealthy sleeping
An inconsistent sleep schedule can impact your mood, concentration, and even weight.
Re-tune your sleep cycle to get better rest using the tips discussed in this article.

If you can’t sleep, get out of bed!
If you find it difficult to sleep after 20 minutes, get up and do something relaxing instead of
staring at the ceiling. Staying in bed tossing and turning trains your brain to stay awake night after night.

Practice good bedtime habits.
These can go a long way to helping you fall asleep faster. Avoid caffeine after 5pm, filter out
noise to your bedroom and keep a cool room. Exercising during the day boosts your odds of a good sleep by getting your heart rate up.

Wake up at the same time daily.
We cannot decide when to fall asleep but we can definitely control when to get up. A regular
sleep routine sets the tone for your body throughout the day. This helps you adjust when it’s
time to go to bed again.

Avoid blue light.
The light from electronics and energy-efficient lightbulbs is called blue light. Blue light has a
powerful effect on your sleeping patterns. Turn off your TV, phone, and tablet, and dim the lights at least an hour before you go to bed. If you need to use electronics during the night, wear glasses that block blue light.

Avoid long day naps.
Avoid taking them altogether if you can. If you feel so tired that you can’t function, take a brief snooze. A brief day nap under 30 minutes will refresh you but won’t take away from sleep later.
We hope that by using these healthwise tips, you’ll be so good in your sleep that you can do it with your eyes closed!!!