SONGS, STRETCHES & SNACKS FOR SNOOZIN’

Many people take sleeping pills to combat sleeplessness, but meds can sometimes breed many negative effects of their own. If you find yourself tossing and turning at night, try making a few changes in your daily routine that can help put a stop to snooze-less nights.

Create a Playlist

Music can help slow the mind down & let you begin to unwind. Whether your tastes lean toward pop, jazz, or classical, a compilation of relaxing music can aid in drifting away to sweet dreams. (Pro tip: Combine the music with a warm pre-bed bath!)

Yoga for less stress, more sleep

Yoga stretching requires you to breathe slowly, which is relaxing not only for the body, but the mind as well. Exhaling can stimulate the nervous system & help relieve physical tension. Try taking a class after work, or give these moves a shot at home.

Slumber Snacks

Hunger can prevent a person from getting a good night’s sleep, so a snack before climbing into the sheets can be helpful. Now, eating, say, an entire Thanksgiving feast isn’t ideal, but a small snack that’s low in calories with the right vitamins, minerals and amino acids (tryptophan isn’t just in turkey!) could prep the body and brain to fall (and stay) asleep. Just be sure to avoid alcoholic drinks, coffee, and sweet, sugary treats.

While changing your daily routine is a good idea to battle sleep deprivation, you won’t get anywhere without a great mattress! Visiting A Goodnight Sleepstore gives you the opportunity to test out different brands and styles with our trained sales associates on hand to help with any questions you may have. At A Goodnight Sleepstore, you’ll find the perfect mattress to aid you in a perfect sleep – we guarantee it!

 

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