Are You Getting Enough Sleep?

Are You Getting Enough Sleep?

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Isn’t that a really vital question?

We are all aware that we need sleep. But are we aware of how unhealthy it is if we are not getting the sleep we need? And what are we willing to do to change our sleep patterns so that we get the rest we need?

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And remember the better we sleep the better we are able to focus, function and be effective in our daily life.

So here is to all of us as we traverse the concept of healthy sleeping. Yawn…lol.


Modern life can be pretty exhausting a lot of the time. Most of us have so many things that we need to do that we seem to spend a lot of our time in a perpetual state of feeling incredibly tired. Of course, it’s not just because modern life is exhausting that so many of us end up feeling like we’re falling asleep at our desks.

The reality is that many people simply aren’t getting nearly as much sleep as they need. It seems as though people make a choice of which things they can sacrifice in their life, and sleep always seems to be the first thing to go. Of course, a lack of sleep isn’t just going to leave you feeling tired, it can be pretty hazardous to your health as well.

In order to help you stop feeling quite so worn out, here are a few things that you can do to help get yourself to sleep at night!

Cut out alcohol

Anyone who’s ever enjoying a wild night out will know how easy it is to get off to sleep when you’ve had a couple of drinks. However, just because you can fall asleep more easily doesn’t mean that you’re going to get a good night’s rest.

In fact, you’re more likely to have a much more disturbed night if you have alcohol in your system. There are other things that can help you sleep, and these cannabis coupons can offer you a great, natural method of getting a better night’s sleep. However, anything in your system is going to impact your ability to get enough rest.


Get up early

There are those in life who are morning people and are happy to rise with the sun, refreshed and happy. And then there are the rest of us who would do anything to avoid having to get up with our alarm.

However, the truth is that getting up in the morning really is the best way to get your sleep patterns back to normal. If you wake up late every day, then you’re going to end up getting tired later and later, and it just feeds into a vicious cycle that can ruin your sleep patterns.


Ditch the gadgets

Most of us are pretty attached to our gadgets, particularly our phones, and there’s nothing wrong with that. However, if you’re staring at a screen before you go to bed, then that’s going to make it much harder to drift off.

The blue light that your phone gives off can make your brain think that it’s morning and want to keep you awake. It’s much better to ditch the gadgets and read a book for twenty minutes or so before bed to get your brain ready for a period of rest.

Of course, if you feel as though you’re constantly tired no matter how much sleep you get, or that you simply can’t sleep no matter what you do, it’s always a good idea to talk to your doctor right away. There’s a chance that a lack of sleep or feeling tired could be symptoms of something a little more serious.

How is your schedule of sleeping impacting you? Do you have certain protocols that you follow or work for you? Are you getting enough sleep? Does this article help to give you ideas of how to ease into a more restful and healthy way to sleep?

In peace and gratitude,

Founder of, living one heart-centric moment at a time!

4 thoughts on “Are You Getting Enough Sleep?

  1. Good points on how to get more and better sleep. To learn that our gadgets fight good sleep is very important! Are we all so attached to them?
    Thank you for this.
    I know a lot of people have a TV in their bedrooms- does that impact sleep?

    1. Hello Annie, I know it is separation time at night from our gadgets! I am also wondering about that, especially since they are all instant on. Which means the emissions are still happening while we sleep. Thanks so much for being here. I wish you great success. in peace and gratitude,ariel

  2. Hi Ariel, this is something that I struggle with a lot lately, with working full time and then after my regular job, promoting/marketing – out of my comfort zone for my hubby’s blog. I am often up well past midnight and then up by 8am to rush to work. I am working on trying to schedule my time better. Thanks for this great post.

    1. Hello Tara, Wow we don’t want burn out please! And we are here for the long haul, not a short cut. right? I do hope you fill find some down time and sleep time. It is truly vital as you know. That is quite a schedule you are doing. I wish you balance. Glad you liked the post. In peace and gratitude, ariel

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