Now that the chaos of the festive season is over, it’s time to focus on your positive goals and intentions for 2020. Whether you’re aiming to lose weight, succeed at work or fulfil your travel bucket list, one of the best ways that you can achieve your resolutions is to make sure that you get enough sleep.
So, here are a few resolutions that you can make to ensure that you get the sleep you need to reach for the stars in 2020!
Have a dry 2020
If you’re giving up alcohol for Dry January, pay attention to how it impacts on your sleep. The chances are, you will notice that you sleep better and for longer periods than when you drink alcohol. This is because alcohol can trick the body into thinking that it's sleeping properly when actually it is quite the opposite. Staying off the sauce in 2020 will mean you can achieve a much better quality of sleep.
Organise your finances
This might sound like a weird one but hear us out. When insomnia strikes, there is one major issue that usually keeps people awake and worrying all night long. Money! Whether it’s paying overdue bills, clearing credit card debts, setting up a savings plan or finally getting around to organising your pension, getting on top of your finances is the best way to clear your mind and help you to sleep at night.
Upgrade your bed
Considering that we spend more than a third of our lives in bed, the importance of a comfortable sleep surface is often overlooked. In order to rest, our spines need to be aligned properly and our joints fully supported. If there is no alignment or support, our muscles need to work overtime during the night which can cause stress and tension the next day. If your mattress is more than 6 years old, it may be time to think about replacing it to ensure that you get the best night’s sleep possible.
Happy New Year, from all of us at Rem-Fit!
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