An essential part of many people’s bedtime routine is winding down with a soothing hot drink. But if chamomile tea or hot milk don’t do it for you, we’ve got some more exciting ideas you can try – with ingredients scientifically proven to help increase sleep hormones and relax the body in preparation for dozing off.
If you’re struggling to drift off because you can’t stop thinking about everything you have to do tomorrow, everything that went wrong today, or something that’s worrying you on a deeper level – it might be time to pick up some tools to help you control those thoughts. That’s where mindfulness can come in handy.
Newsflash – bedtime isn’t just a good idea for kids! Setting up a routine at night not only helps you to stick to the right amount of sleep regularly – the steps in your routine work as physical and psychological cues that help your brain and body start to wind down for sleep. So how do you build a really solid, foolproof sleep routine?
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