Bring changes in your lifestyle!
This is probably one of the best and most obvious ways to improve the quality of your sleep. There is a strong connection between the quality of your bed and the quality of your sleep. The better the bed, the better your chances are at having a good night’s rest.
Many people tend to neglect their mattresses and end up using the same mattress for an extended period, so much so that it loses the initial support that was good for sleeping posture. It results in back and neck pain at bad night’s sleep. If you can’t afford a new mattress, you should regularly rotate and flip it so that the wear is not concentrated in one spot.
Apart from your bed, your bedroom itself needs to be conducive to sleep. A cluttered and untidy bedroom has been known to disturb sleep. This is because a cluttered room looks busy and this causes the brain to be stimulated and results in poor sleep quality. The National Sleep Foundation found that people who make their beds in the morning are 19% more likely to have a good night’s rest.
Once the mess is cleared up, you need to work on the temperature. Trying to sleep in room that is too hot is like taking a jog. As your body heats up, it also kicks into temperature regulation mode. This mean that your body actively tries various strategies to try and cool itself down. That is an amazing little feature when you are actually exercising, but not so much when you are trying to get some desperately needed sleep. There are a number of different ways you can cool the temperature of your room. Ranging from fully automated climate control systems, to putting your comforter in the freezer, it all just depends on your budget really.