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1. Invest in a comfortable mattress that supports your unique body shape.

Many consumers wonder why they aren't getting a good night's sleep and don't take a look at their current mattress situation. A mattress that has the right support is the first step to sleeping better and longer.

2. Set a schedule for your body

Pick a time and help yourself get into a fixed, consistent bedtime.” Your body will know it's time to rest and sleep soundly!

3. Make your bedroom for sleeping!

TVs, cell phones, and reading in the bedroom can actually distract your mind. Doing certain chores outside of the bedroom will help your mind focus on sleep and rest when it's time to sleep.

4. Seek to have a bedtime routine.

This can work to our benefit when it comes to sleep, for example, brushing your teeth before getting straight into bed can help your body understand that it's time to sleep.

5. Exercise to sleep better at night.

Exercising is one of the main benefits for a good rest.
The National Sleep Foundation has determined that daily exercise can help you get a better night's sleep.

6. Be smart about napping.

Napping can be very good! If you need to nap, be sure to do it early.

Sleeping too late can cause insomnia symptoms.

7. Write down your problems

Many of us think at night about “what we could do” or “I wish I had done it differently”, it often helps to write them down and get them out of your head.

8. Keep your room dark and cool

Our sleep experts have found that keeping your body cooler actually helps slow your heart rate, allowing you to drift into deeper sleep.

9. Pillows matter too!

Although some people don't use pillows; They are a great sleeping tool!
Aligning your neck in the proper sleeping position can be the difference between a great night's sleep and a poor night's rest.

10. Stay alcohol free before bed!

Alcohol before bed will signal your body to stay awake!
Ideally, do not drink any alcohol for at least two hours before going to sleep.

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