Things to Calm Your Mind Before Bed in Quarantine

Another sleepless night spent worrying as you stare at the ceiling?.Good sleep quality and proper rest is necessary for our health. If current situation is keeping you awake and you’re looking for ways to cope with insomnia, take a peek at what’s been helping us relax before bed and prepare for a good night’s sleep.

No Social Media

No mobile starting at least 30 minutes before bed.“It’s not a great idea to sit in bed with a tablet or screen and then try to fall asleep,”

Get into a regular sleep routine

Going to bed and getting up at about the same time each day lets the body’s internal circadian clock work better. Getting up at odd hours can undermine that rhythm.

Create an optimal environment

Creating the right environment for sleep includes keeping your room dark, quiet and at a moderate temperature

Use your bed for sleep

Create a clear association between your bed and sleep, if you’re having trouble sleeping! it’s OK to read in your bedroom but avoid the bed.experts suggest not watching TV in bed, using your computer, doing paperwork or texting on your phone. These activities stimulate your brain, instead of relaxing you.

Sip Chamomile Tea.

This herb can help lower anxiety, making it easier to fall asleep.

Take a Hot Bath or Shower.

A pre-bedtime soak is relaxing. Plus, going from warm water into a cooler bedroom will cause your body temperature to drop, naturally making you feel sleepy.

A good book

I like to read a few pages before bed instead of falling asleep to a TV show so that it can ease my mind into sleep mode and help provide a sense of calm.

Essential oils

Diffuse few drops of lavender and rosemary essential oils before bed. It’s known for promoting relaxation and treating anxiety.

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