Sleep is such an important subject and I’m still surprised at the number of people I meet who really don’t sleep as well as they should. If you’d like to enjoy a better night’s rest, you’ll need to get ready for bed in a way that supports good sleep. The twenty minutes before you turn out the lights are a wonderful preparatory period for relaxing. Relaxing, as you might’ve guessed, is the key to a great night’s sleep.
That means no TV, no reading, no E-Mailing, no Facebook, nothing! The twenty minutes before you sleep are there to help you relax. So switch off all those screens, close those books and magazines and dedicate those twenty minutes to breathing deeply, calmly and gently, relaxing every part of the body from the head to the toes, until you feel completely and utterly relaxed.
This is also a perfect time to tell yourself that you really are going to enjoy the best night’s sleep and that you’re going to wake up in the morning feeling energised, refreshed and ready for anything. With a little practise, you’ll notice the difference when you wake up after a deeply refreshing night’s sleep. I’d like you to get used to it. It’s such an important part of our total well-being.
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