The Night Time Routine You've Always Needed

March 18, 2018

This is a contributed post 


Night time routines are something we all carry out, whether we’re aware of it or not. You change into your pajamas, wash your face, brush your teeth, and then climb under the cosy covers. And yet, for a lot of people this isn’t enough. Maybe your skin is suffering as a result, maybe your sleep quality is. Either way, there’s things you can do to wake up feeling a lot more refreshed, and it starts with your night time routine.

So you can close up your brand new and sparkling wardrobe, it’s time to slip into something more comfortable with the kind of night time routine only the characters on TV seem to have. It isn’t as hard as you might think! Here’s some tips on finally implementing that before bed routine you’ve been planning on doing since you were a late teenager at least.




Start with a Schedule


This is the place where a lot of people go wrong. If you don’t have a schedule, you’re going to find it a lot harder to stick to any kind of routine. And your brain and body need to get used to new habits in order to find them truly beneficial! So if you’re cutting out those late night hours at the computer or with your friends only on the semi regular, you’re not going to get much out of those early hours with your head on the pillow.


You need to go to sleep at the same time each night, and then try to wake up at the same time each morning. Of course this is going to be a lot harder on weekends or your days off from work, but it’s necessary to keep you young and spritely for longer.


Change Your Sheets Regularly


Changing your sheets at least three times a week, especially your pillow, means you won’t be accumulating dust, mites, and muck in your bedding. If you’ve got a fresh set to lay down on each night, your skin will be less irritated and spotty, and you’ll be feeling better than ever when you look in the mirror.


Your pillow usage matters so much more than you think. If the pillow you’re using is old, check out some of the options at ChooseMattress, which offer plenty of memory foam and molding options that can help you get a much better night’s sleep as well. If your neck can shape to the bed, you’re going to wake up with less aches or spasms in your muscles.


Turn the Clock Away

We all need an alarm to wake us up in the morning, and we need a second alarm to make sure we pay attention to the fact the clock is ringing. However, make sure your clock is facing away from you when you get into bed, as this means you won’t watch it. A lot of stress comes out of this, and that makes it harder to fall asleep.


Just some quick tips to get better sleep. 




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