Knowing the facts right and straight is quite a deal. Majorly because everyone seems to give his own predictions about notions like the sleeping pattern, the density of sleep, and determination of good sleep. However, science says everything right. Science comes up with answers of all frequently asked questions. Also, science is the custodian of studying people and doing researches. Thereby, we have a set of questions which are answered in this article. Those answers are going to help you in getting the best tips for a great sleep in the year 2018.
Importance of sleep
It is always said and believed that people who take good night sleep are saner than those who don’t take a sleep. These people usually are mentally, physically, emotionally, socially, and individually more balanced.
What benefits are received from a night sleep?
Well, there are not one but many advantages. First of all, when one sleeps nicely in the night, he releases happy hormones which slower down functionality of sad hormones. Therefore, he gets following perks:
He sees the world differently and has the ability to balance worldly affairs.
Also,he manages to take positive from the negative. It means that he doesn’t really get sad for things on which he couldn’t or can’t work. Instead, he finds out the solutions and stays optimistic.
He doesn’t get physical and/or mental sickness. By this, it means that he doesn’t get depressed, agitated, anxious, moody, and etc.
Be sides that, he also stays inspired and mostly deals with relationships in a better way.
RRR: Rest – Rejuvenate – Restore
Isn’t it strange to know that certain actions take place when we go into deep sleep? Well, it is, right?
In our sleep, certain functions take place. The first one is about “REST”, the second is “RESTORE” and the third complies to “REJUVENATE”. Each has its own benefits and vitality.
Rest is when the body takes measures to shut everything down (in the body system) and says NO to work. Then, it starts to repair our hormones and cells and then takes us to the serenity and peace. Hence, it is proven that sleep is a must and comes as the basic need of a healthy mind, body, and soul.
Are you insomniac?
A condition where you can’t sleep for hours and even several nights is called “insomnia” and people who are helpless in sleeping are known as “insomniac”. If you are among those who find it hard to go to sleep, then you must get familiar with the fact that YOU ARE NOT ALONE. It is said because there are millions and trillions out there in the world who face the same condition. Some of them have it for short time, however, others come in the category of chronic insomniacs.
If you are insomniac and thinking on how to curb it without taking medicines, then you should read this article. Reason being, by doing so, you will get to know basic home remedies on how to fall asleep faster, without trying for hours and have a deep sleep.
10 tips on getting a better sleep
Here are ten fundamental ways through which you can get faster, better, and deeper sleep:
1. Celery juice:
Thirst is one of the elements that may keep someone up for more than twelve hours. In that case, you can take twelve to sixteen ounces of fresh celery juice. And have it before going to bed. What it does is amazing! It actually has natural sedatives.
2. Oils and fats intake:
Consuming healthy oils and fats that are found in different natural oils (coconut, sesame, olive) and organic meat (cows and buffalos fed on meadow or grass), dairy products (ghee, butter, eggs, and milk) delivers strength to the body. It leads to the formation of sleep hormones.
3. Use of devices:
All gadgets and devices like laptops, phones, tablets, and computers should be shut down. By shutting down or “turning them off” we mean, you have to completely cut ties with them for eight hours. Don’t put it on silent or airplane mode. Instead, turn it off and switch it on in the morning. Use conventional alarm clock for getting up on time. By doing so, you will relax and get the best from the natural ways of falling asleep.
Avoiding caffeine, sugar, and nicotine after one in the noon can help in getting better sleep in nights.
5. Hot bath:
Fill the tub with hot water and soak yourself for sixty minutes before going to bed.Or take a hot bath if possible. If you soak in the tub, then add salts of any type (for instance, dead sea salts or Epsom salts) at least one hour before hitting the bed. You can also listen to relaxing music, light aromatic candles,and read something while enjoying candles and music. This tip works for few and others may feel that it is not workable as they get fresher and feels less sleepy.
6. CBD oil:
Taking CBD oil at least 3 or 4 hours before sleep actually does wonders. It is because this oil has the ability to reduce pain and other psychological concerns. Also,it increases relaxation and calmness resulting in relaxed muscles and nerves.
7. Warm milk:
Take a mug of hot milk and add almost one-fourth teaspoon of nutmeg. Stir it well, don’t add sugar, instead add a half teaspoon of organic honey. Drink it at least half an hour before the set time to go to sleep. This is one of the oldest and most conventional ways of having tight sleep in the night.
If you sit quietly for around ten to fifteen minutes, automatically sleep will start coming. Your eyes will become heavy. You will want to close your eyes. If that doesn’t happen, then shut your eyes closely and feel your heartbeat. Doing so, you will get sleepy and eventually will fall asleep.
9. No naps in the day time:
Obviously, if you will sleep in the day time or wake up too late, it will be impossible to sleep on time in nights. Eventually, you won’t sleep at all or will sleep too late. Keeping the entire routine at stake. Therefore, it is recommended not to sleep during day time.
10. Sleep position:
Yes! you read it right. Even positions in which you sleep matters. Which are the appropriate sleeping positions? Well, according to facts and research it is proven that people who sleep on their backs tend to have a poor or disturbed sleep. However, those who sleep on their sides get good quality of sleep.