Do you want to get to sleep faster?
You finally crawl out of bed but you are disappointed with yourself once again. You don’t have a good sleep routine so you hit the snooze button, more than once.
Sleeping in caused you to miss your morning workout.
Sleeping in means you weren’t able to get your lunch ready to bring with you so you’ll be eating out again at lunch.
Sleep doesn’t just affect how much time you lay in bed, it affects so many other aspects of life.
Without good rest you can’t function properly. Just like our phones, we need to recharge at night for optimal performance.
How Would A Sleep Routine Help Me?
Consistently following a before sleep routine will send messages to your brain and body that it is time to disconnect and start winding down.
Hopping into to bed becomes synonymous with falling asleep vs synonymous with binge watching Netfllix.
What Does a Good Sleep Routine Look Like?
- Prepare your next day’s lunch
- Planning your next day’s activities
- Changing into your bedtime clothes
- Brushing your teeth
- Setting out your clothes for tomorrow
Basically you are closing out the day.
Tomorrow we will touch base on how many hours you should get and then how to make the most of it if you are tossing and turning in the middle of the night.
ps. We coach our nutrition clients on getting quality sleep. If you want help now, set up a call with me to learn more!