Get your melatonin right. Treat yourself to regular restorative sleep with these easy to perform nighttime rituals.
What you do right before you go to sleep signals to your body and mind that it is now time to rest. If you exhibit erratic behaviour and/or inconsistent habits during your bedtime routine, you are not allowing your body time to wind down and calm itself for restorative sleep.
Restorative sleep is one of the primary pillars of good health and wellbeing. The human body responds to ritual, routine and discernable patterns. Queuing up a schedule of actions that triggers your body to rest is essential to your sleep and in turn your general wellbeing.
A nighttime ritual is a highly personal and sacred time of your day. And thus, should be crafted by you, for you. Choosing the best actions for your body to ring the relaxation alarms.
We can’t dictate what the perfect nighttime ritual for you will be but what we will do instead is give a couple of examples of the nighttime rituals that some of the DigiCleanse team members use to wind down and slip into sleep.
Team member 1:
Shower. Prepare humidifier and essential oils. Listen to a digital sound bath. Apply moisturising cream. Read until sleep.
Team member 2:
Drink a cup of device-free tea. Dows to find my way for the coming day. Make a todo list. Gentle stretching. Put on a sleep mask and breathe into sleep.
Need more inspiration have a look at some of the products below for ideas to include into your nighttime ritual:
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