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5 Ways You Can Get a Better Night’s Sleep Starting Tonight

5 Ways You Can Get a Better Night’s Sleep Starting Tonight

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Have you ever tossed and turned all night long, only to hear your alarm clock go off without your eyes ever closing? You’re not alone. There are many people out there who suffer from poor quality sleep. If you want to get a better night’s sleep, try out the five strategies below.

Note: For overall health benefits (both mental and physical), you want to strive for a minimum of seven hours of quality sleep each night.

1. Make your bedroom colder

make bedroom colder

If your bedroom is like a sauna, there is absolutely no way you’re going to fall asleep. Our bodies tend to respond better to a colder temperature during our sleep phase, which is why you probably find it easier to fall asleep and stay asleep when your bedroom temperature is slightly below where it normally is during the day. 

To achieve this, turn down the thermostat, turn on a fan, or even open a window if need be. Something else you can do is reduce the number of covers you use when you sleep.

2. Make sure it’s completely dark


Another way to get a better night’s sleep is to make sure your bedroom is dark. When I say dark, I mean completely dark. Any type of light that is in your room can keep you awake. Therefore, it might be wise to invest in some blackout blinds if you find light penetrating your bedroom from your windows or some type of eye mask that covers your eyes and blocks out any light. 

3. Turn off your phone

turn off phone

Some of you are obsessed with your phone. So much so that you probably sleep with it like it’s a teddy bear. Turn it off. Seriously. I know you may feel a little odd, and FOMO might set in, but I promise you, nothing on social media or an email that comes through is worth reading at 2am. If someone really needs you in the middle of the night (such as an emergency), they’ll call your house. 

Your phone won’t ding, ring, buzz, or beep when it’s turned off. At the very least, turn off all notifications and the volume on your phone, so there are zero interruptions from your phone while sleeping. If you wish, set a bypass on your phone to allow important people (like family) to be able to reach you in case of an emergency.

4. Eliminate any noise

eliminate noise

You may find you have noisy neighbors, live on a busy street, or have that annoying dog that lives next to you who doesn’t understand it needs to stop barking outside at 1:30am. If you’re reading this and can relate, you definitely need to consider a sound machine or the use of earplugs to get a better night’s sleep. Just make sure whatever method you use does not drown out the sound of smoke detectors or other emergency notification devices in your home (such as carbon monoxide detectors).

5. Change what you wear to bed

change to sleep wear

If you wear constrictive clothing to sleep in, you may find it a much better option to change into something a little looser fitting. When you’re wrapped in pajama pants or a shirt that makes you feel like a sausage, it can be difficult to get comfortable. Therefore, if you want a better night’s sleep, try to find a baggy shirt and pants/shorts, or even better (and assuming you’re comfortable doing so), sleep in your undergarments or even naked. Changing what you wear to bed can also help you stay cool, which ties in nicely with #1 on our list.


bonus tip

While the above are great ways to help get a better night’s sleep, sometimes you need that little extra something to take the edge off and allow you to fall into a deep sleep and hit those REM cycles. That’s where Musclesport Coma comes in and helps knock you out (figuratively, of course).

There are three main matrixes found in MuscleSport Coma that set it apart from all the other sleep aid supplements on the market. Not only do you get a Deep REM Inducing Matrix, but you also get a Growth Hormone Stimulation Matrix as well as an Adrenal Reset and Stress Relief System included.

This multifaceted formulation is unlike anything you’ve ever tried when it comes to helping promote deep REM sleep, increasing muscle recovery, maximizing GH levels, and reducing stress.

Sleep is 100% necessary to not only see the results you want from your workouts in the gym but also to optimize your physical and mental performance throughout the day and ensure your hormones are optimized. If you want a better night’s sleep tonight, add MuscleSport Coma to the tips mentioned in this article and finally get the rest and recovery you demand.

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