4 Tips For Natural Sleep
Falling asleep naturally is ideal - you get dressed in your most comfortable pajamas, tuck yourself in, turn off the light and drift off to a night of peaceful slumber. And in the morning, you would wake up feeling refreshed and ready to start the day. Of course that's how everyone would like to sleep, but for many, it seems impossible. There are, however, things you can do to help your body fall asleep naturally.
1. Get Some Sun
Throughout the day, you should try to expose yourself to sunlight. This will help regulate your circadian rhythm. Just be sure to wear some sunscreen while you're soaking up the rays. Even if you work in an office, it can be beneficial to head outside at least once, around noon. Take a walk around the block or walk a little further to get your lunch.
Getting at least 30 minutes of exercise a day will help you fall asleep faster at night. And it doesn't need to be too strenuous either. Thirty minutes of walking is a great option! You can also try doing some yoga in the mornings or evenings.
3. The nuyu® Sleep System
Our sleep programming is in our DNA, which means it was set up many thousands of years ago. Back then, our ancestors would go to sleep as the sun set behind the horizon, stay asleep all night, then wake with the rising of the sun and the warming of the Earth. That's how your circadian rhythm works when you're not in a temperature controlled environment.The nuyu® Sleep System aims to mimic this ancient cycle. It gently warms you as you fall asleep, cools throughout the night to help you stay asleep and then warms again to help you wake up feeling refreshed. This temperature cycle keeps you comfortable throughout the night, so you don't have to kick off the covers when you overheat. It's a great option for single people and couples alike.
4. Eat Healthy
Having a balanced diet is another simple and natural way to get better sleep. When your body has everything it needs, it is more likely to behave normally, and that means going to bed on time and staying asleep overnight.