How to Get a Full Night Sleep

Updated: Jan 14, 2021




How To Get a Full Night Sleep

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I have a question for you: why do we deprive ourselves of sleep? How often do we say (with pride) that we only sleep 5-6 hours a night? How many times this week did you forgo sleep to have some precious time binge-watching tv, working late, or worse, lay awake tossing and turning?


Many successful people swear by the power of sleep. Tony Robbins, Tim Ferriss, and Arianna Huffington all preach the importance of sleep. In a society where we are always trying to be more and do more, it can seem counterproductive to take time out of our days and sleep. Or is it?


Do You Suffer from Sleep Deprivation & Not Know It?

When you are pushing yourself to the brink of exhaustion, it can be hard to even see the damage we are creating. Check out this list of the effect of long-term sleep deprivation:

· Increases the risk of strokes and diabetes

· Lowers fertility rate and sex drive

· Associated with depression and anxiety

· Poor balance

· Increases the risk of a car accident

· Higher blood pressure

· Memory loss


7 Reasons Why Sleep Is Important for Your Health


For a majority of us, we cannot thrive on 6 hours of sleep no matter how hard we try. National Sleep Foundation guidelines1 advise that healthy adults need between 7 and 9 hours of sleep per night. Babies, young children, and teens need even more sleep to enable their growth and development. People over 65 should also get 7 to 8 hours per night. Read more When we give our bodies an adequate amount of sleep, we find that we experience

· Increases your energy

· Improves your mood

· Helps prevent weight gain

· Heals and repair your body

· Increases your productivity

· Boosts your immune system

· Improves your memory




How To Get A Full Night Sleep

Recently, I decided to make sleep a priority. I thought it would be easy. The first night I went to bed expecting to fall into blissful sleep. Nope, I tossed and turned, thoughts of my pending to-do list kept floating in and out of my mind, the dogs and kids kept waking me up. I was too hot or too cold.


The challenge for me was how to create a space and routine that would allow me to be ready to float off to a peaceful night of sleep while still working around the kids’ bedtime schedule and night-time chores.


With these easy tips, you can create a space that sleep comes easy and nights are restful.



General Sleep Tips

· Stick to a schedule: go to bed and wake up the same time every day

· Invest in a comfortable mattress, pillow, and bedding


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