The notion of ‘beauty sleep’ has often been mistaken for a myth but growing research supports the theory that 6-8 hours a night of sleep really enhance your appearance. Why? For this is the time when your body heals and repairs itself. The skin treatment should contain “active ingredients” so therefore it is more appropriate to use just before you go to bed to enhance more deeply repair skin while you sleep. So if you’re having trouble sleeping or need advice on how to get a good night sleep worth a beauty, here are some tips that will surely help specialized.
- Make the purpose of sleeping 7 or 8 hours. This is the pattern of the amount of sleep for the average adult, but the biological clock of each person works slightly different. This is enough for your body to repair and take care of yourself while, but not too much for you to get up feeling worse.
If you make a routine to sleep, your body will get used to that, and will be easier to wake up when you need to do it in the morning, and will be easier to sleep during the afternoon.
- 2. Make the most of your beauty sleep:
Sleep on your back to avoid wrinkles or swelling in your face. This also causes less pain and you sleep on your front neck.
Wash your face to your skin deeply has all night to breathe.
Repair and hydration increases occurring during the night using a moisturizer at night that is compatible with your skin type. It includes an eye cream in your moisturizing routine eye to prevent under your eyes when you wake up.
Use a feather pillow. Two pillows cause discomfort in the neck, but a feather pillow keep your head slightly raised so you can avoid swelling in the morning.
Use a revitalizing hair treatment from time to time, provided you have time to rinse in the morning.
- Cánsate during the day to sleep when you have the time to go to bed arrives:
Commit to do some physical activity during the day, but not right before bedtime. And will keep you fit and healthy, exercise also consume your energy, leaving you tired enough to sleep at night. Even if you only walk to the shops instead of taking the bus, or take the dog for a brisk walk, it’s better than sitting all day. Either way you should exercise at least two hours before you have planned to go to bed. This is because exercise raises your endorphins and blood circulation, making it difficult to sleep.
Refrain from taking naps in the middle of the day. Naps are never deep enough sleep so that your body actually benefit from them. In fact, probably often you wake up from a nap in the middle of the day feeling more dazed than before bedtime. Naps in the middle of the day will go to bed later than you usually would go, which means that you are missing hours of proper sleep.If you feel tired a cup of tea and go for a walk in the fresh air to wake up.
- Prepare your mind and body to sleep so you’re not lying awake and when you go to bed. There are several ways you can improve the speed to sleep:
Release stress well before it’s time to go to bed. Finish any work and stay free so you do not worry about that when you’re trying to sleep. If there are any unresolved issues that keep you thinking about them, try to resolve them, whether working on a solution to the problems, or talking to someone else about this to help yourself to deal with it. Then by the time you go to bed you have nothing in your mind that keeps you awake.
Spend time relaxing at least one hour before you plan to go to bed. If you do, this will make your sleep so much better. Do not play any video game or see TV during this time as this only keeps your brain active. You could take a bubble bath, listen to soothing music, and lie down in bed with some burning candles and a good book to read, star gazing, meditating or writing in a journal. Make sure you’re ready to go to bed at a reasonable hour, feeling very pampered and ready for the next day to come.
Take a glass of milk. Warm milk before going to bed can help you sleep now because it encourages the relaxation of melanin and serotonin, hormones that will help you fall asleep.
Your evening meal should be light and ideally you should eat for 3-5 hours before retiring. Many people eat their largest meal at night, and lighter your meal in half a day, but it really would be better to do things backwards. Go to bed immediately after a meal can cause stomach pain, discomfort and bloating. Try to avoid carbohydrates because they can cause you to wake up with a less clear complexion. And definitely avoid caffeinated beverages during the hours before you go to bed because they are stimulants and will keep you awake. Try to replace them with herbal teas.
- Make sure your bedroom is accommodated to sleep in it. Get rid of the annoying bright lights, clocks are ticking and things when they look frightening in the dark. Make sure you have curtains and the door close enough that it is dark. Light rays are annoying and can keep you awake. Also, make sure you cannot hear noise, as other family members watching television, and ask if you can try to lower the volume on the TV or go out. Make sure the rooms are well ventilated during the day and the temperature of the room before you retire is 15 to 20 ° C as this is the best temperature to enter the dream.
Invest in a comfortable bed. Ideally, buy a memory foam mattress should be firm enough to support your back and soft enough so you can relax in it. The recommended way to keep a mattress before replacing time is seven years. If yours is old or uncomfortable then may be worth buying a new one. Similarly, be sure to keep your nice, clean and fresh sheets. This will better time sleeping. Try to use conditioner with lavender oil on your sheets to make them more relaxing.
Use silk pillowcases. They are best for your skin, prevent wrinkles, prevent hair breakage, and do not tousled hair while you sleep.