5 Tips to Beat Insomnia and Sleep Better

5 Tips to Beat Insomnia and Sleep Better

If you’re feeling tired and groggy because of too many sleepless nights, read on for 5 tips to beat insomnia and sleep better than ever.

As you likely know, there are many benefits of a good night’s sleep. These benefits help us be happier and healthier individuals.

Unfortunately, many people still struggle to get enough sleep and feel tired, worn out, agitated and “off” all day long.

A lack of sleep can hurt our ability to succeed at work, at school, and even in terms of our relationships.

If you have trouble falling asleep, or can’t seem to stay asleep, this article is for you.

As you might know, I am a bestselling wellness author with about 2 million books sold globally. I founded a groundbreaking video course called The Anxiety Cure.

I love sharing insights and strategies to help people to live their healthiest, best life.

With this in mind I put together this quick guide with some effective tips to beat insomnia and sleep better than ever.

5 Tips to Beat Insomnia and Sleep Better

Read on as we go over several ways you can beat your insomnia and sleep better every night.

1. Get a Better Bed

A logical place to start when it comes to getting a better sleep is your bed. Your bed needs to not only be supportive, but also comfortable enough to help you sleep through the right. Taking some time to choose the right mattress can work wonders in helping you sleep better. 

Be sure to choose one that fits your sleep style, and has enough room for a significant other or pet who sleeps in your bed. In addition to your mattress, make sure things like your blankets, your sheets and your pillows are also high-quality and contribute to a good sleep.

2. Wind Down With Meditation & Relaxing Activities

get enough sleepTrying to go right to sleep after something like watching an action movie, hanging out with friends, or playing sports can be very difficult.

Your adrenaline is still going and energy levels are often high, which can both make it much harder to fall and stay asleep.

As a result, be sure to wind down in the evening before bed.

This can help your body transition from being alert and awake, to comfortable and ready for sleep.

There are many relaxing activities you can do before bed to help this transition along, such as meditation, yoga, reading a book, having a bath, or listening to calming nature sounds.

3. Get Enough Light Exposure During the Day

Getting outside during the day also plays an important role in helping you sleep. If you get outside during the day, your body will adjust to the fact that it’s time, and this can keep your internal clock and sleep cycle in order.

If you are inside all day in the dark and don’t get much light, your body can become confused about what time of day it is, and may not know if it should be preparing you for sleep, or giving you energy for the day ahead. By clearly letting your body know when it is night and when it is day, and keeping a steady sleeping schedule, you should see your sleep quality improve.

4. Be Careful When Eating Before Bed

beat insomniaA bedtime snack is something many of us will eat right before going to sleep.

But if you are going to snacking at night, be sure to avoid foods that are spicy, foods that are very heavy or high in protein, and foods that contain any caffeine.

These can all harm your sleep and make you feel a little uncomfortable. 

If you do need to eat, keep it very light and healthy. However, for best results, avoid eating right before bed at all. Some beverages, such as coffee and alcohol, should also not be consumed right before sleep.

5. Consider Speaking With a Doctor

While many of our sleeping issues come down to bad habits or a poor sleeping environment, this isn’t always the case. You may have a legitimate sleeping disorder that is stopping you from getting a good night of sleep.

If you think this may be the case, be sure to reach out to a doctor or specialist. They will be able to help identify your issue and give you a better understanding of what you’re up against. If you have a sleep disorder, or even if you don’t, many experts will be able to help you with the next steps to take and potentially even provide you with medication to help you sleep.

We hope that these included tips are able to help you beat insomnia and improve the quality of your sleep.

Get more tools to sleep better and reduce insomnia

Join my science based digital course The Anxiety Cure.

Think happier. Think calmer.

Think about subscribing for free weekly tools here.

No SPAM, ever! Read the Privacy Policy for more information.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This