Whether you are a new parent begging your newborn to sleep or struggling to shut your brain off to fall asleep, we have all experienced sleep problems. Luckily, you can take a few steps to make sleep easier. These readers highlight the importance of a regular bedtime routine and some examples of how yours could look.
Chel Gacrama, Content Editor at Castnoble.
Regular bedtime routines improve sleep quality in many ways:
First, it helps you fall asleep more quickly and stay asleep longer. This will help you get the most restful and restorative sleep possible, which will make you feel rested when you wake up in the morning and be more productive throughout your day.
Second, it helps you stay awake and alert during the day. When you’re tired, it’s harder to concentrate on tasks at work or school and this can lead to mistakes that could lead to accidents or injuries at work or school.
A regular bedtime routine can help keep you from falling asleep in the middle of a class or a meeting, so that when you finally do fall asleep, it’s easier for your body to get through the night without feeling groggy or sleepy throughout the day.
Finally, a regular bedtime routine can help improve your overall mood by giving yourself time each night to wind down after a long day of work or school. This will allow for more relaxation and less stress at home, which can help reduce anxiety levels as well as promote better overall health habits like eating a healthier diet and getting enough exercise.
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