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How To Fall Asleep Faster

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We frequently find ourselves pushing the standard bedtime a touch further away. While on weekends it doesn’t cause us any trouble, on other days we still got to wake up early and find ourselves feeling tired at work. This often leads to an unbalanced sleep cycle and troubles falling asleep.

Here are a couple of tips and tricks which will help you fall asleep faster and get quality rest.


Fresh Air!

We can never have enough of it - airing your room some time before hitting the hay is very important. On the off chance that you live in a colder environment, still don't be afraid to open windows – dozing in cooler room brings about better quality rest.


Have Some Tea

Pick dried common herbs and appreciate a superior night's rest. Melissa, mint, chamomile – every one of them will quiet you and help to fall asleep speedier. Avoid black and green teas as they have caffeine that will without a doubt keep you up


Warm Water

Regardless of whether it's a hot bath or a long, warm shower - water for the most part causes us to unwind. The warm sensation will make you feel sleepier and help to get to your own little lala land.


Bedding Plays a Big Role

We often don’t think on the impact bedding has on our sleep. You can only appreciate quality rest in quality sheets. Linen bedding is an incredible choice as it normally offers climate control and overpowering softness. Having the feeling that you are in an fluffy cloud will without a doubt make you fall asleep faster.


Tip: How To Fluff Up Your Comforters

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Have you been wondering about a way to plump up those comforters?? Sometimes you need a quick & easy solution, and that’s exactly what I have for you today.

Here’s an easy little trick Samantha had to share: ''Hurl different tennis balls in the dryer while drying, it works great and they cushion up very nicely!!!"

Simple as that!  You could also make your own dryer balls from wool, which may work even better.