Sleep distress can alter your levels of thyroid & stress hormones, which play a part in everything from your memory & immune systems to your heart.
High Blood sugar levels & an increased risk of diabetes.
There are many steps you can take to get the sleep your body craves
Sprinkle just washed sheets & pillow covers with lavender water & iron them before using your bed. The scent is proven to promote relaxation.
Hide your clock, so that its glow won’t disturb you & make sure there is no light coming from other sources including your windows this will seriously impair your body’s ability to produce melatonin.
Choose the right pillow, which resembles a rectangle with depression in the middle, can enhance the quality of your sleep & reduce neck pain.
Paint your bed sage green or another color which will provide a visual reminder of sleep. Move your bed away from outside which will help to cut down of no noise.
Kick your animals pet out from your bedroom
Take a hot bath 1 or 2 hours before bedtime, when it signal your body that you are ready for sleep.
If you wake in the middle of night with your mind going you can transfer you’re to do list to the page & return to sleep unworried.
Put thicker curtains over your windows, street light, a full moon or neighbor’s house can interfere with the circadian rhythm changes you need to fall asleep.
Eat a handful of walnuts before bed; they are good source of tryptophan, a sleep-enhancing amino acid.