Restful Sleep

Restful sleep is one of the simple pleasures that actually has a great impact on our quality of life. With a proper rest, you wake up with more energy. a brighter mood, and the ability to regulate your appetite. All in all, getting a good night’s sleep makes you feel and look good.

A Restful Sleep

Restful sleep, however, is a luxury not everyone enjoys. Some toss and turn for hours before they get comfortable enough to fall asleep. Others suffer from insomnia and other sleep problems. Still more deal with an overactive mind which won't let them rest due to daily stresses or conditions like anxiety or depression.

Thankfully, there are many natural remedies that can help you achieve better sleep quality. Below are some of those recommendations.

Use the Right Kind of Bedding

You want bedding that’s not only soft but also gives you the right amount of insulation to keep your body cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Bamboo bed sheets have far superior thermal regulating properties than cotton or silk. In addition, Bamboo has excellent wicking properties to keep your skin dry in the hot summer months.

Wind Down Before Bedtime

Take the time to prepare for a restful sleep at least one hour before bedtime. Remove any electronic smart devices from the space so you aren't tempted to check social media or your email when in bed. Dress in something comfortable which is made specifically for sleep. Free your bed of any clutter so you can stretch out. These nightly rituals will help your body relax and get ready to doze off.

Sleep on Pillows with Strong Support

Neck and back problems are due largely to the kind of pillows you sleep on. To provide the right support, opt for pillows made of shredded memory foam. These conform to the shape of your head and fill the space under your neck to provide proper support and help you get a more restful sleep. Whether you’re a side, back, or stomach sleeper -- or all of the above -- memory foam bamboo pillows offer a better sleep experience.

Lower the Temperature

You sleep best when your bedroom's temperature is between 18 to 21 degrees Celsius. This range helps promote continuous and restful sleep so you don’t wake up chilled or sweating in the middle of the night.

There are many ways to help you sleep better at night, but the best route is the natural way. If have trouble sleeping, try these proven recommendations and feel the difference for yourself.