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How to Improve Your Sleep

Updated: Nov 12, 2023

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Hey there beautiful! Having difficulty sleeping? If you are, I'm right there with you. I've found that going to bed a little bit later can sometimes be just as helpful as much as going to bed a little bit earlier. I was struggling with sleep for a long time, to the point where I was walking into work exhausted and depressed most days a week. I couldn’t figure out why this was happening! I tried melatonin. I tried sleeping earlier. I tried meditation. I tried prayer. And so much more..., but then I looked my sleeping app, I saw a trend:

I found out I was lying in bed awake an entire hour almost every night! So, I decided to do an experiment:

What if I went to bed 30 minutes later? How would I feel afterwards?

The result was amazing! Going to bed later actually helped me feel more awake the following morning! So here's my tip for you:

  1. Try to keep track of your sleeping, with a fitness watch, phone app, or a notepad!

  2. Look for trends in how you're sleeping. If you're noticing that you're dragging into work or school everyday, this is a sign you may not be sleeping well.

  3. Do an experiment: go to bed earlier, or later, and write down what you find!

*Also, here’s some resources that I found helpful:

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This blog was written with the help of Katherine Fleischman


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