Tips for Better Sleeping Habits | Best Apartments in Duluth, GA
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At Signature at Sugarloaf, our residents can come home to an upscale space that offers the perfect place to retreat to after a long day. With so much going on and with so many of us spending more time at home, it can be easy to get off on your sleeping schedule. Getting back on track may seem difficult, but with a few tips, you can get back to your usual sleep schedule and start sleeping better. Come home to Signature at Sugarloaf and discover why we offer the best apartments in Duluth, GA!

#1 Get Into a Routine

To get back into a good sleep pattern, you need to establish a routine. Whether this consists of reading a book before you go to bed, staying off your phone, or watching a show to unwind, having a consistent routine will get your sleeping schedule back on track. When you go to bed at a certain time each night, your body will become adjusted to that time and after a few weeks, you will automatically begin to feel tired around that time. If you’re wanting to track how much you have slept or ensure that you’re getting to sleep for a certain number of hours, you’ll want to plan ahead and go to bed early enough to allow yourself that time.

#2 Cut Back on Screen Time

The main thing that may by interrupting your sleep schedule is spending too much time in front of a screen. Whether it’s your phone or a computer, both of these items emit a blue light that is known to disrupt sleep schedules. By cutting back on screen time and putting away your devices at least 30 minutes before you are ready to go to sleep, you will give your brain time to unwind and giving your eyes time to rest will make falling asleep easier.

#3 Go Natural

If adjusting your routine and cutting back on screen time still isn’t helping, you may want to look into natural oils and medicines that aid in sleep. Melatonin is a known, natural hormone that your body releases at night that makes your feel tired. By taking melatonin at night, your body will naturally start to feel more tired than before. If you’re not wanting to take anything, you can try using essential oils. Lavender and jasmine are both known for their relaxing qualities and by putting a few drops in a diffuser or rubbing on your temples, your body will feel a sense of calm that will help you fall asleep.

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