Too Stressed to Sleep

Too Stressed to Sleep

Sometimes you can't get to sleep because of the millions of thoughts going through your head, from your super important meeting tomorrow to the mortgage payment coming out next week. Sometimes we are under so much stress that it affects our daily lives, including our sleep cycles, which can be destructive to our lives and actually impact, not only our mental state, but our physical health as well. Keep reading so you can put your mind at ease tonight and get the sleep your mind and body needs to function in a healthy manner.

Downtime - It is recommended that you take 1-2 hours before you actually crawl into bed and really have some time to get yourself ready for bed, try dimming down all of the lights and start to slow things down and focus on relaxing. Turn off all of the screens you have around you normally and read for an hour to ease your mind into a peacefulness, or do something that brings you peace life easy yoga or taking a long soak in a bath. As much as possible, make relaxation your theme at the end of the night.

Sleepy Food - Start incorporating foods heavy with melatonin, magnesium, and tryptophan. Eating a combination of these foods will surely bring you some sweet dreams. For your next dinner try cooking up a bowl of quinoa with sauteed greens and sliced chicken breast sprinkled with roasted pumpkin seeds. Incorporating meals heavy with high-quality proteins and carbohydrates will be a good way to get your body to start to relax and get prepared to hit the sheets.

Nutriair - Nutriair Sleep is a great product to lull anyone into a deep sleep. With a great taste and simple usability, it's an easy option to start incorporating into your night time routine and will bring on a great sleep to anyone who uses it.

It doesn't matter who you are or what you do, if your body and mind aren't ready for sleep then it is a guarantee that you will not be getting any z's and your daily routine and life will be affected by it. Practicing deep cleansing and calming breathing as you are climbing into bed and lying on your pillow is also a great way to coax yourself into dreamland. Whatever you choose, do what is right for you and makes you feel confident climbing in between the sheets at night.