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Preparing For Bed

  1. Your endocrine system does a greater part of its recharging between 11 P.M – 1A.M. In addition to this, gall bladder also releases its toxins during the same time period. Remaining awake between 11 P.M – 1 P.M will only let the toxins back their way up into the liver, disrupting your health silently and gradually.
  2. You should go to bed and wake up at the same time each day, even on the weekends. This will help your body to maintain the sleep rhythm and make it easier to fall asleep and get up in the morning.
  3. You can practise deep breathing, meditation or indulge in stress relieving procedures like aromatherapy, massage and more for relaxation. Helping your body to relax on a daily basis will abandon all your tensions and promote good sleep.
  4. Avoid taking fluids just before going to bed. This can interrupt you sleep in the middle of the night as you may require to go to the bathroom at certain intervals.
  5. Take a high protein snack 2-3 hours before going to bed. This supplies the L-tryptophan required for the production of sleep inducing hormones like melatonin and serotonin.
  6. Go to the bathroom right before sleeping. This will reduce the chances of waking up in the middle of your sleep.
  7. You can take a small piece of fruit before sleeping. This helps L-tryptophan to cross the blood-brain barrier.