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For most of us it is the mind, rather than the body, that disrupts restorative sleep.
To cleanse our mind of the leftover responsibilities of the day, we need to bring a mental wind down into our evening routine.
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When you lie in bed thinking for long periods of time, you teach your brain to automatically go into “thinking” mode rather than “sleeping” mode when you lie down.
Exercise during the day can help us get more quality sleep but it can also be a great part of our evening routine.
When we close our eyes for the night, our mind cycles through different stages of sleep:
Going to sleep at a consistent time is an important part of our “sleep hygiene”—the practices that insure we get regular, deep sleep.
A study from Albion College revealed that tasks requiring creative insight were consistently better during their non-optimal times of the day.
Your evening routine doesn’t simply need to be about relaxation. The reason those thoughts keep our brains active long into the night is usually because we feel some aspect of our life is out of our control.
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