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Tips for the most comfortable night’s sleep


Did you know that nearly a third of the population is suffering from insomnia? Having a good night sleep is so important for our health. It is
imperative to make sure that we have a relaxed bedtime routine each evening and most importantly, sleep for the right amount of hours during
the night. By having a good and comfortable night sleep can help us improve with our daily tasks the following day. Here are just a few tips
for a good night sleep:


Find the right mattress
Firstly, you must make sure that you find the correctly sized mattress for your bed; The Sleep Station has a large range of different types of
mattresses to choose from. When selecting a new mattress, it is important to find one that feels the most comfortable for your body. Have a
think about whether you would prefer a soft, medium or firm mattress to help decide on the type you choose. Consider then using a mattress
topper to protect the material, allowing it to last longer.


Same Time Every day
From experience, going to bed and waking up at the same time every day helps you have a better night sleep and helps you mentally too.
If you don't concentrate on the time during the evenings, you could always put an alarm on your phone to remind you of when you should go
to bed, ensuring you get a sufficient amount of sleep. For example, I go to bed at 10pm, to sleep by 10.30pm and I wake up 6-6.30am each morning.
Going to bed early-ish helps me to have a good night sleep, and waking up early means that I start my day fresh, and complete tasks much
more efficiently.


Have Outdoor Fresh Air Daily
Another tip to have a good night sleep is to make sure you go outdoors, whether it's for a day out or for a casual walk. Staying indoors all day can make
you feel unmotivated and tired. But by heading outside, you will feel more energetic and motivated then by the time bedtime comes around, more settled.


Relax Before Bed
This may be hard for some parents, but try to relax before you actually go to bed. Once the kids are in bed and settled, go and take some time out for
yourself by reading a book, watching some tv or a long hot soak in the bath or shower. By taking some time out, you're relaxing your body, and that
will help you have a better and comfortable night sleep. 


Homely Bedroom
Your bedroom should be a room where you feel relaxed, a room you feel cosy in. Try not to make your bedroom overcrowded and cluttered.
‘Tidy room, tidy mind’ they say - and it is true! Having a fresh, clear room helps for a fresh, clear mind, which is great for relaxing for bedtime.
Walls painted warm shades, dim lighting and calming music can help you feel more relaxed too.


What tips do you have a for a comfortable night sleep?

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