If you’re on a tight budget and don’t have time to make your own sleep routine, here are some tips for making sure you get the right amount of sleep.1.
Choose your sleeping position1.
In general, sleeping on the opposite side of the bed to your body makes you more relaxed, and thus helps you fall asleep faster.2.
Choose a bed that has a small amount of headroom and a wide, flat area.3.
Put your arms and legs at a 45-degree angle.
This position will also help you fall into a deep sleep, according to SleepyBaby.4.
When you get into a deeper sleep, you should try to fall into it for a longer period of time.
For example, if you are sleeping at a comfortable, but relaxed, distance, then you should aim for five to six hours.5.
If you are prone to snoring, you can use a pillow to block out snoring and keep you more awake during a deep sleeping session.6.
Avoid sleeping on a pillow on a couch or in the living room.7.
Use a pillow in the bedroom to block the sound of other people sleeping in the room.8.
Make sure that you are able to sit up in bed when you need to.9.
Keep a notebook and a piece of paper handy to keep track of what you are doing during the night.10.
Keep an eye on your sleep habits and adjust accordingly if needed.1/5 Share on Facebook Share on Pinterest Share by Email