Improving Sleep Quality

Improving Sleep Quality

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Becoming Healthy Post Series

1. Exercising Every Day

2. Getting Enough Protein

3. Improving Sleep Quality (This post)

4. Eating Real Food

Improving Sleep Quality

You can add years to your life by sleeping properly. It also makes your every day life feel better, so who would be crazy enough to neglect it?

Well, pretty much everyone. It’s a rarity indeed to find someone who consistently sleeps well.

While my book is largely about diet, there’s a massive impact things like exercising and sleep have on your health. So we are going to get into improving sleep quality next, cause for many people that is a big one to correct.

I’m not gonna get into the whole “go to bed early and get up early, regularly every day” preach here. I did already enough of that in the section that was dedicated to sleep in my book. That is the goal of course, but for most people that’s just gonna be a pie-in-the-sky dream. I don’t really think that, but most people themselves would quickly dismiss the whole idea of going to sleep early and getting up early every day, so I’m simply gonna give my tips to improve your sleep regardless of the time you sleep.

At least do these steps to improve your sleep quality:

  1. Shut down computers etc. some time before you go to bed. An hour before would be the best, but at least do it some time before heading down to bed. Give your body some time to calm down.
  2. Sleep in a dark room. The darker you can get, the better.
  3. Take magnesium before you go to bed. This will improve your sleep quality.

There’s of course a whole world to sleep itself, but by simply following these three steps you will see an improvement to your sleep. Again, this is not some stuff that you needed to hear from me – it’s very common knowledge that the previous three tips lead to improved sleep. Yet why are so many not following them?

Well first off, people are just impatient and would rather use their devices until they get tired. Which happens later than it otherwise would due to the said devices.

Also, it’s rare that we sleep in dark rooms any more. Whether it’s because we sleep in so late, have so many devices producing artificial light, or just being in a City where some light seeps in through the windows, our sleep quality is affected by the light.

Lastly we definitely don’t get magnesium enough from our food.

So take care of those three. Make an effort to make your sleeping space darker. Get some magnesium supplement. Any will do, as long as it’s not magnesium oxide. Check my book for more accurate info about magnesium supplements. Go to sleep a bit earlier.

I swear if you do each of these every day you will feel better very quickly.

Do you sleep enough? If not, how do you intend to take care of it?

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