5 Ways To Improve Your Sleep
14th September 2017
Here are five easy steps to take -
When we sleep, our body temperature should reach its lowest of the day. If your room is too hot, you'll wake up.
If street lights show through your window, it increases stress hormones. Blackout blinds or curtains can help hugely!
The blue light from mobile phones reduces the hormone that sends us to sleep (melatonin). Set a rule of switching off your phone, tablet and TV 30 mins before bed.
Water is needed for the recovery process, usage of energy when we sleep and regulation of body temperature. If you're dehydrated, recovery will be slower or sleep will be disrupted or poor quality.
We all get stressed, and that's something we can't always avoid. Try noting down anything that's on your mind or stressing you out and put the book to one side and leave it downstairs. This is basic, but it can work.
At LSFPT these points are covered more in our weekly in club workshops.
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