Thursday, October 15, 2015


When was the last time you had a good night sleep? Or rather, when was the last time you actually slept well at all? Many of us have a hard time getting to bed and an even harder time getting a good night's sleep with consistency. Think of it: we stay up way-too-late during the week and then binge sleep on weekends. We also like to think that we don't bring home our deep thoughts, issues, problems, and stresses. But, we do: plain and simple. And those thoughts, issues, problems, and stresses tend to keep us wide awake at night staring into the beauty of our lovely ceiling: tossing and turning causing turmoil for our partner, or for our poor sheets and pillows.

So, how do we fix this? Sadly, there isn't a "clear-cut remedy" to getting better sleep. But, there are quite a few things that we can do to ensure that we are doing our best every night to adequately prepare our bodies to experience a deeper, and more energizing sleep at bedtime. So, let's get started on the path to 6-8 hours, shall we?

Because sometimes the blaring sound of the TV can disrupt your
natural brain functionality.

With the gadgets on, we will only crave to keep checking them more
and more. Plus, they keep your mind going.
If you eat late, try to eat things like fruit or nuts.
Avoid sugary foods, caffeine, and alcohol

Separate relaxation time and sleep time because they are
not the same. Take care of yourself.
Because good friendships and bonds help us to maintain ease
in our lives. And ease equals lower stress.

Raw honey contributes to the natural release of melatonin.
Try 1-2 tsp before bed for some zzzz's.
Let it consist of about 80% of your diet. It purifies and it heals.
And it keeps everything working strong and vibrantly. 
Yeah, Discipline. Like going to bed earlier and
getting up earlier. Consistently.

Good sleep is hard to come by. So, make it a priority.

Nighty, night.
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