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  • Kathy Kilbourn

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To help you get in the mood, here are five ways to get the best sleep!

  1. Only do it once a day to keep your rhythm. Naps can certainly help make up for lost sleep. But when you’re trying to get in your “rhythm” before bed, napping for more than 30 minutes during the day can throw off your sleep cycle.

  2. Do you like it with the lights on or off? We recommend keeping your bedroom as dark as possible. Make sure to reduce the amount of light you’re exposed to well before bedtime. Don’t sleep with the TV or other lights on, as those will disrupt your sleep. Pro tip: most smart phones have a function called night shift. Turn that on a few hours before bed to reduce the stimulating light from your phone.

  3. Warm up beforehand- your feet that is. Cold feet are known to plague many sleepers and they tend to keep you up at night. Covering them with socks before bed can help warm your extremities, helping you fall asleep faster.

  4. We know what you’re doing on the internet this late. And we don’t approve. Stressing out over work emails before bed can prevent you from getting zzz’s. Getting into a calming routine filled with candles, bubble baths and books can reduce anxiety just in time for you to hit the sheets.

  5. Remember that feel good sensation. By establishing a bedtime routine, you are setting yourself up for optimal success between the sheets. An even better practice is to wake up at the same time every day, as sleeping late for just a few days can upset your body’s internal clock.


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