Sleep like a Baby, Tonight ( without harmful sleeping pills)

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A good night’s sleep is one of the most effective stress relievers.

Stress is the way that our body responds to the stressors of daily life. It impacts our emotions, our physical body and our behaviors. Too much stress can and does impact our ability to have a restful night’s sleep. That’s why’s it vitally important to learn how to sleep better.

While outdoor activities provide us with mental and physical stimulation and exercise, at the end of the day, our body needs sleep, to recharge. We are all too familiar with the many things that can affect our ability to sleep at night; they include use of caffeine, bad sleeping positions and stress.

The first step in learning how to sleep better it to get in on the secret to a good night’s sleep. The secret is to first assess what is causing your sleeplessness and then you can apply the appropriate solutions by eliminating certain things and by incorporating other routines.

Click here to find four of my most important tips to help you get a good night’s sleep.  These tips will with certainty set you on the right path to achieving the perfect you and environment to achieve great results.  A good night’s sleep prepares you physically and emotionally for the day’s stresses that lays ahead.

If you are not well rested and are mentally or physically tired, your patience is tested and you are most likely to become agitated at home or in the work place. This only adds to your stress and to the negative way that those around you will respond to your agitation.  

Ensure that you have prepared yourself for the best possible ways to achieve a good night’s rest so you face the day with the very best of you.

Comfort and great sleeping tools are also part of the whole solution to a good night’s sleep. Do not underestimate the power of a great body pillow. Click here to get my suggestions on what to look for in finding the perfect body pillow. I already did the research for you and discovered that my body pillow is my best sleep buddy!

Additionally, for those of you where the stress of the day specifically is the cause of your inability to fall asleep, click here for five additional tips to fall asleep quickly.

Most adults require 7-9 hours of sleep per night. Daily practice of good sleep habits, along with stress-lowering tactics that include an environment conducive to sleep, with natural sleeping aids, such as proper pillows and even aromatherapy, can help improve your quality of sleep.

Please check out  my book on the wonderful effects of Aromatherapy for Stress Relief and its calming effects that can support a good night’s sleep.

Whatever methods you employ to help you achieve a restful night’s sleep, do not underestimate the power of sleep as a healing mechanism and a stress reliever.

Restful sleep can impact you in ways you never thought of. It can be the difference between success and failure, between you going out today or not, between being healthy or not.

Sleep is a great silent healer who gets us back on the track to physical, mental and emotional health.  It helps us perform at our very best. Don’t miss out on this wonderful magic potion called sleep. Get some, tonight!

Sleep tight; the bed bugs won’t bite, not tonight!  

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In the comments below, share with us:

1. How much sleep do you get each night?
2. Have you noticed feeling better when you get more sleep?

About Darlene

Darlene is passionate and enthusiastic about helping women simplify their lives, develop stress resilience, regain balance, and find happiness, despite the personal storms life throws at them. She has published a popular series of stress management books which focus on simple, practical and healthy stress relief strategies, as well as provide FREE resources and services that help women become more stress-resilient.

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