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Getting a deep sleep without interruption is becoming a distant dream to many people; as a result, they have to look for help from over-the-counter medicines. However, apart from these medicines or expensive new-age devices, there’re still many other natural therapies that may help such as implementing some healthy day and night habits. Besides, with a few changes in schedule or bedroom, you can make a difference.

1.        Maintain a regular bed and wake time

The first step is to get familiar with and adhere to a new schedule. This means waking up at a specified time, even on weekends, and going to bed at the same time every night. If you have to take part in a party on weekend, then it’s better to enjoy the time and go home as soon as possible to get back to your scheduled bedtime. 

2.         Exercise regularly

Description: Regularly exercise may help you get a better sleep

Regularly exercise may help you get a better sleep

Regularly exercise may help you get a better sleep according to experts, and it’s better to exercise in the morning than in the evening. However, if you want to exercise at night, do yoga or stretching instead of intense workouts.

3.        Avoid caffeine

Don’t worry, and you don’t need to give up your morning coffee. However, pay attention to your second mid-morning cup of coffee in the office, the third and fourth cups of coffee after lunch, which you drink to fight off your sleepiness. A lot of people do not aware of how much caffeine they consume, especially in the afternoon. Try not to drink caffeine after 4 pm.

4.        Take a nap at midday

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Take a nap in 15 to 20 minutes

It’s quite fine to have a sleep during daytime, but remember to obey to feline philosophy and only take a short rest. Try to limit your sleep to 15 or 20 minutes at midday, not at night.

5.        Avoid arousing activities before bedtime

Slow and relaxing activities before bedtime allow your body and your mind to relax before your head hits the pillow. Therefore, avoid late and heavy meals as well as other arousing activities. You could instead read a novel or magazine. And you know what; leave all the bills and documents relating to work for tomorrow morning, it’s time to relax at have a deep sleep at night.

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