3 Simple Steps To A More Restful Sleep Tonight

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Picture this: its 5:27 PM. You are hungry after a busy day at work, itching to get home to see your family, and now you're stuck in traffic. Frustration sets. But you get used to it because it is an everyday occurrence.
Simple Steps To A More Restful Sleep Tonight

So you finally stroll into your house at 6:04 PM, your 2 kids are clamoring for your attention, and they're hungry too. You pop some frozen dinners in the microwave knowing full well they're not healthy, but also know that you just do not have time to think, let alone cook. After a quick dinner consisting of Salisbury steak you're not even close to the top.

Now it's time to do laundry, read with children, and of course the remaining one working day from the office. When you have time to rest? At night you keep telling yourself.

But every night it was the same old story. You fail to bed past the 1 AM and close your eyes. Your mind is still racing from the day that had just passed and a busy day later. So you toss and turn, hoping that you will be able to get at least a little shut-eye before your 6:00 AM wakeup call (annoyingly loud alarm clock
You have over 15 years).

And the next day it started again. You are tired at work, you do not have time to eat, you're stressed, and you cannot get out of the vicious circle.

So what should you do?

First things first: take a deep breath. You may be stressed out just reading this far.

To get a more restful night's sleep do the following:

1) Get a notebook and take 5 minutes before putting to write for free. What do you want to do is get every thought from the past, present, and future of your head and on paper somewhere safe and secure. This will free the clutter from your head and allow you to rest easier.

2) Get a new alarm clock that wakes you up gradually with classical music. It will do absolute wonders for your morning routine. What do you want to do is set the alarm to go off 15-20 minutes earlier than you usually wake up. Will turn very quiet and slowly take you out of your sleep.

3) Add some very healthy snacks to your daily routine. One of my favorites is a 2 oz. pre-packaged bag of baby carrots. They taste good, they are good for you, and they do not need-season preparation. When you are hungry at work or on the way home, chew on this. Another snack is raw almonds. Eating healthy work
Extraordinarily well to help you sleep better.

Use these 3 simple tips to enjoy a more restful night's sleep.