s often cannot stick to a sleep routine. These “tricks” can help you rest better.
The opinions of the employees of s You are personal.
Like many entrepreneurs, I work too much and sometimes mine Sleep time is affected. Sometimes I work 12 hours a day all week and after spending an hour or two with the family I don’t have much time to rest.
If you don’t have good sleep quality, your work will suffer, your company will suffer, your health will suffer, your employees will suffer, and ultimately your customers will suffer.
Nobody deserved this, except your consumers. I have noticed over the past year that if I sleep less than six hours every night, my body and business will be damaged. I just can’t stand it the way I used to.
However, there are ways to get everything you need, even if you have a messy schedule. Here are some habits that have helped me sleep better:
1. Darken your room as much as possible. There are some things you can control, like good curtains and blinds. Even the smallest light source can affect your daily cycles.
2. Remove all electronic devices. My wife and I have a very strict rule: cell phones do not enter the room. This helps minimize light and distractions. Even the smallest spotlight can interfere with sleep, and various studies have shown that it can backfire when devices are nearby. We buy an old alarm clock and in the hotels we put the equipment we bring in our suitcases and ask to be woken up in the room.
3. Stop seeing screens two hours before bed. This is very difficult for those of us who are entrepreneurs. I struggle a lot, but it is necessary. Your body needs time to realize that it is time to sleep. When you see a screen, whether it’s a television or a phone, the brain stays connected, making it difficult to fall asleep.
4. Set up a routine. Find something that relaxes you before bed, like a good tea, a shower, or reading a book for 30 minutes. This is time for you and you need to find out what will help you sleep. I have the routine of brushing my teeth, going to the bathroom and then going to sleep. My body already recognizes it as the time to relax.
5. Find out how much sleep you need. Ideally, we should be able to wake up without an alarm. The hours of sleep you need to achieve this should be asleep daily. For example, I only need seven hours, while my wife needs 10 hours. The average is eight hours, but your needs can range from six to 12 hours.
6. Eat well. In theory, we shouldn’t eat and drink at least two hours before bed so as not to go to bed with a full bladder. There are some foods that are easier to digest than others. Spicy, caffeinated and heavy, creamy foods can affect your rest.
Finally, keep in mind that the only good sleep routine is the one that works for you. Play with it and perfect it, but don’t stop sleeping. Otherwise, you won’t be able to focus well on the other aspects of your life.