Mental Health, Mindfulness

New Ways To Make Your Sleep Even Better

Jan 29, 2024




A good night’s rest is always cause for celebration. Especially for those who experience sleep-altering stimuli like an overactive mind, clinical insomnia, nightmares, a partner who snores, etc. Many of you know I have a seizure disorder which is triggered through lack of REM sleep. I stopped taking my medicine a few years ago because I didn’t like the side effects. Because of this, I’ve been prioritizing sleep more than ever before, making sure I get my eight hours each night. Here are some things I’ve found helpful so far:


  • Investing in a nice mattress and rotating it once a year
  • Updating my bedding. If you are a warm sleeper, update your bedding to eucalyptus sheets, which are cooling, hypoallergenic, and antimicrobial. You can grab this beautiful eucalyptus sheet set for 10% off
  • Enjoying a weighted blanket
  • Journaling my thoughts or to-do’s for the next day so that I can relax knowing I will take care of them tomorrow
  • Going to bed early
  • Using a Snoo bassinet for babies
  • Enjoying my skincare routine slowly and therapeutically
  • Dry brushing after the shower to release anxieties
  • Never using my devices in the bedroom and charging them in the office instead of my nightstand
  • Relishing in a good lavender spray
  • Applying an overnight lip mask
  • Reading a good book by candlelight
  • Relaxing in a warm bath with eucalyptus salt
  • Savoring a caffeine-free hot tea
  • Moving my body during the day so that I’m physically tired at night
  • Making sure the temperature in the room is not too hot or too cold
  • Blocking out sounds and sights with sleep masks. This is Paul’s favorite


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Jan 29, 2024 | Mental Health, Mindfulness