Tip #6: Making A Calming Sleep Routine - Deepstash
Tip #6: Making A Calming Sleep Routine

Tip #6: Making A Calming Sleep Routine

Whether this is taking a warm bath before bed, meditating, or reading, create a wind-down routine that relaxes your body and mind before you get into bed.

The goal is to crawl into bed when you are relaxed and tired, not stressed out and wide awake. 

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