7 Tips For Deep, Blissed-out sleep…

Is sleeping a challenging part of your day? It is for sure an essential action to improve if it’s not coming naturally for you.

In this article, I want to offer you a sweet pillow and talk about dreamland where we spend around one-third of every day of our lives.

But first, why am I even talking about sleep when it’s something our body does naturally?

The truth is that sleep is not something that just happens… unless you are a teenager! Even babies need to learn to fall asleep and sleep well.

What’s important about getting good sleep?

Good sleep is vital for good health. Sleep deprivation can lead to a multitude of health issues:

  • It escalates the hunger hormone called ghrelin, which increases food cravings
  • It escalates the stress hormone called cortisol, which can cause weight gain, diabetes, heart attacks, high blood pressure, depression, osteoporosis, and depressed immunity
  • It causes elevated blood pressure in people with hypertension, which can lead to cardiovascular diseases and stroke

Learning how to improve your sleep is not just a luxury – it’s necessary!

How do I get better sleep?

Follow these 7 tips, and you will feel more rejuvenated and energized then you even knew was possible:

1- Practice regular sleep rhythms by going to bed and waking up around the same time each day.

2- Create total quiet and darkness in your bedroom.

3- Avoid caffeine or reduce your intake after noon as it affects your sleep dramatically.

4- Get regular exposure to daylight for at least 20 minutes a day because the sunlight triggers your brain to release melatonin, which is vital for healthy sleep.

5- Eat no later than two hours before going to bed because eating a heavy meal before bedtime will impede your body’s natural overnight detoxification process.

6- Write down your worried thoughts before bedtime so you can free your mind and drop into a deep and restful sleep.

7- Take a hot salt or aromatherapy bath because raising your body temperature before helps to induce sleep.

What do I do now?

Try to follow these simple tips first of all, and apply them in your routine for at least ten days. In my practice as a Functional Health and Wellness Coach, I work intensely to touch many areas of your life. So if you think you want to work more in depth on this topic or other problems that afflict you, we could do a consultation and go from there, focusing on those things that need your attention.

If you have the feeling that something in your lifestyle is not exactly aligned with the way you want to experience life, take the opportunity to have a free hour just for yourself.

Click HERE to organize your consultation with me, and we can find out where to start changing something that is not serving you at this moment.

With my support, I will help you follow your desires to achieve the lifestyle you are looking for. Don’t hesitate and don’t stay where you are today if something isn’t satisfying you. I’ve been there too, and I understand when there are things to improve, but we don’t know where to start. Start somewhere! That’s the first step, and you can discover a path that you did not expect, made of lightness and well-being.

To Your Health!

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