If you’ve been struggling to fall asleep, you’ll find these simple tips very useful. Take a look at these techniques below and give them a try.
Use a Lavender Scent
Lavender scents are the most relaxing ones. This herb has the ability to lower your blood pressure and relax your nerve endings. Just the thing you need for a good nights sleep.
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Take a Hot Shower
This will not only completely relax your body, but it will also help you fall asleep faster. All you have to do is take a hot shower, one hour before going to sleep. When you go into a slightly cooler room, your metabolism becomes slower and you are ready to call it off for the night.
If you want to fall asleep faster, try exercising during the day. Regular workouts increase the production of the hormone serotonin, which will help you get quality sleep at night.
Avoid Taking Naps
Taking a nap can really throw you off your regular schedule. In other words, you might find it difficult to go to sleep at night. This is an already proven fact, so next time you need to sleep during the day, just take a short walk.