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Mela Luna Sleep Aid

by princy william (2019-05-13)

I'll bet that you're using your Mela Luna Sleep Aid Review bed for activities other than sex or sleep. Maybe you've got a television in there, and you're watching some of your favourite shows before bed. Or maybe you like to settle down to read a few chapters of your latest book. Perhaps you're knitting a scarf, or listening to a talkback show on the radio. It's a mistake a lot of people make, but it's really simple to fix - just keep your bed purely for sleep! That way, when you get into your bed, your brain and body knows that it's time for sleep, and nothing else. It puts you into instant relaxation mode! The second mistake you're probably making is having a little bit of a drink before bed. I'm not talking about a glass of warm milk (that would be a good thing!), I'm talking about alcohol. A lot of people are under the misapprehension that alcohol helps you get to sleep, when in fact this isn't the case. While it is true that you may get to sleep faster with alcohol, your sleep quality will be very poor. You will wake up more often, to use the bathroom or because a hangover is just starting to make itself known, even before you realise it's happening. So try and avoid the alcohol at night, your body will thank you for it! And the third mistake you're almost certainly making involves your diet. More specifically, when and how much you're eating. The key is to not go to bed hungry, or too full. It can be a delicate balance, but easily achievable for most people on a normal schedule. Once you've eaten dinner (and make sure to eat dinner at least three hours before bed), simply limit yourself to snacks that promote healthy sleeping, such as oatmeal, warm milk, multigrains and turkey. What you eat and how you eat can effect how you sleep. I always recommend that people eat whole foods and foods with as few ingredients as possible. Foods with few ingredients generally are free of chemicals and preservatives which I don't believe are healthy at all. Staying away from chemicals is an important part of staying fit. Did you know that people who are at their ideal weight generally will sleep better than overweight people? Also, eating within 3 hours of bedtime can make it harder to sleep. You want to have a decent meal before you go to sleep so that you don't go to sleep on an empty stomach, just not within 3 hours of trying to sleep.