6 Tips To Fall Asleep Faster

Everybody needs a beauty sleep. Did you know if you snooze, your body actually is hard at work repairing and renewing cells? Well if you don’t. Those repairing and renewing actually helps you improve the appearance and health of your skin. So enough shut-eye is a must, it takes a toll on your appearance and is necessary to your overall health.

The hardest part of getting enough sleep is when you actually need to fall in sleep once you crawl into bed. If you have those annoying moments that you find yourself turning and tossing. It’s time to try one of these tips. They’ll take you to the dream world in no time.

Room Temperature
Room Temperature  - OOTD Magazine Feeling comfortable in your bedroom is really important. The ideal temperature has to be right before you go to bed. It’s because your body temperature drops slightly if you do a beauty sleep. The ideal bedroom temperature is between 65 and 72 degrees, just adjust your thermostat and you will be sleeping like a Snorlax in no time.

Lights miracle
Lights miracle - OOTD Magazine
To let your body know that it’s time to start producing melatonin you have to dim the lights about an hour before bedtime. Because most bulbs use blue lights to help people wake up in the morning. So it actually tells your body not to make melatonin, which is not conducive to falling asleep.

Pillow Spray what?
Pillow Spray what - OOTD Magazine
Lavender helps against stress but did you know it also works with insomnia? Try the THIS WORKS Deep Sleep Pillow Spray onto your sheets before you go to sleep. This miracle spray will help you de-stress your mind and you’ll feel more zen before you fall in sleep.

Evil Smartphone or Tablet
Evil Smartphone or Tablet - OOTD Magazine
Did you know a pre-bed ritual actually works to help get your body into sleep mode? Are you reading you favourite magazine or a book before bed? Stick with it, it’s actually way better than reading social media updates on your device. The reason? The glowing light of your device screen use blue lights, which tells your body not to producing melatonin. But if your ritual involves reading on a device, try sticking a Sleepshield on it first.

Glass of Cherry Juice
Glass of Cherry Juice - OOTD Magazine
The most credits for falling asleep goes to chamomile tea and warm milk. But did you know a glass of cherry juice will also help before bed? Cherry juice is a natural source of both melatonin and tryptophan, which can help you fall asleep faster and even sleep better. Let’s all sip on cherry juice!