A– Avoid caffeine and sugar before bed. They act as a stimulant and can prevent or disrupt sleep. Caffeine cannot replace sleep, but it can temporarily make you feel alert.
C– Curfew setting should be a priority to help you regulate a natural sleep cycle, and achieve quality sleep.
D– Sleep Deprivation is extremely harmful to your well-being and can take a toll on your immune system. It is important to maintain a routine sleep schedule to avoid this.
E– Energy throughout the day is vital when it comes to productivity. Creating healthy sleep habits that reassure a quality night’s sleep, will provide you with more than enough energy… you may be able to say goodbye to the coffee pot.
F– Falling asleep can be a task when life’s stresses and anxieties kick in. Create a soothing routine, take a bath, read a book, pray or meditate to help encourage rest.
G– Get the most out of your bedroom space by de-cluttering and organizing your slumber-space. Make sure your furniture is the appropriate size for your space. The last thing you want is a crowded cave.
H– Healthy living starts by keeping up with sleep. Sleep deprivation affects your immune system and overall well-being.
I- Invest in a comfortable mattress that will protect your well-being and contribute to a wonderful nights sleep.
J– Jeopardizing a good nights sleep can be detrimental to your health. Creating inconsistent sleeping patterns will adjust your internal clock, making sleep less inviting which will spiral into a whirlwind of negative effects on your body.