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Best Tips For Getting A Better Good Night's Sleep Without Pills

Updated on January 24, 2013
Good night sleep
Good night sleep | Source

A sound seven to eight hour sleep is all your body needs to recuperate from the day's wear and tear. But sometimes, stress tends to play spoilsport and rob you of this much required necessity, resulting in insomnia. This directly has a negative effects on your mind, body and you wake up the next day feeling groggy. Getting a good night's sleep is essential to the general as well as helping you to concentrate and just generally feel fit throughout the day. Not getting enough sleep is one of the most direct way that we self-sabotage our success and well-being. When we are better rested, we not only feel better but are also calmer, smarter, more rational and nicer to be around. So if you are struggling to get a good night's sleep then try this tips, trying these tips can ensure you a good night's sleep......

HERE ARE SOME BEST TIPS WHICH WILL REALLY HELP YOU TO GET A GOOD SLEEP :-


comfortable bed for good sleep
comfortable bed for good sleep | Source

1. When you get into bed, make sure that it's comfortable. Keep a water jug at hand, an extra quilt and a pillow handy too. Avoid getting up frequently during night.

Listen to soft music
Listen to soft music | Source

2. Try listening to soothing music before you hit the sack. This slows down your mental activity by relaxing your senses and it also De-stresses you.

Have a warm bath
Have a warm bath | Source

3. Have a warm water bath. This relaxes your nerves. You can also add a few drops of aromatic oils for soothing effect. Burning a light-scented incense in a safe place also relaxes the body.

Drink a hot milk/chocolate for a good sleep
Drink a hot milk/chocolate for a good sleep | Source

4. Tea and coffee an hour before bedtime is not a very good idea, as the nicotine and caffeine in them act as stimulants and keep your senses alert. Try drinking a glass of hot milk or hot chocolate instead.

Avoid watching at night
Avoid watching at night | Source

5. Try to avoid doing activities like watching TV or eating in your bed. This stops the mind from associating bed with sleep.

Avoid working on computer screens at night
Avoid working on computer screens at night | Source

6. Avoid watching television or working on your computer for long hours late in the night. Excessive exposure to the screen makes your eyes tired and it becomes more difficult to fall asleep. Also give your brain a break from mental and visual stimulation.

Use blinkers to block out light
Use blinkers to block out light | Source

7. Dim the lights in the room, at least ten minutes before you plan to sleep. Wearing blinkers is not a bad idea either to block out the light. This prepares the brain and body for the resting mode.

Practice deep breathing before going to sleep
Practice deep breathing before going to sleep | Source

8. Practice deep breathing. Concentrate on your inhaling and exhaling movements. This also helps to relax your body and prepares it for sleep. Also, try count till ten and backwards.

Stretching is good before sleeping
Stretching is good before sleeping | Source

9. Before getting in the bed, do a little stretching by laying flat on the floor. Starting with the toes, work all the way up to your neck and fingertips. Tense your muscles and then relax them. Do it for about ten minutes.

Read books which aren't interesting to you
Read books which aren't interesting to you | Source

10. Read a book that you don't find interesting. A yawn is guaranteed to follow. Instead, you can also take long walk around the house. And if nothing works, then force your mind to not sleep. This can bring sleep too.

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