The Power of a Good Night's Sleep

Your Physical and Mental Health Depend on It

Everything Looks Better in The Morning - John Galliano

We All Know How Important Sleep Is

Good night's sleep

It restores your body, it keeps you healthy, it improves your cognitive function and so much more. The number one predictor for how you’re feeling is if you had a good night sleep. Simply put, a better sleep often means a better mood.

I know when I don’t sleep well, I’m slow, less patient, more prone to argue, and a lot hungrier. Lack of sleep is also usually why you get sick. It’s important we get our ‘beauty sleep’, so we wake up energized, refreshed and ready to conquer the day.

Getting a Good Night's Sleep

  • Follow a regular sleep schedule. Go to sleep and get up at the same time each day, even on weekends.
  • Avoid napping in the late afternoon or evening, if you can. Naps may keep you awake at night.
  • Develop a bedtime routine. Take time to relax before bedtime each night. Some people read a book, listen to soothing music, or soak in a warm bath.
  • Keep your bedroom at a comfortable temperature, not too hot or too cold, and make it as quiet as possible.

In Closing …

It’s so important that we give our body that restful and restoring sleep it needs. Learn to listen to your body and see how changing some of your sleeping habits will improve your sleep and your health.

"I think if you have a good night's sleep, you can take on the world." - Tamsin Egerton

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