Some helpful facts on how to create a relaxing bedtime routine
Creating a relaxing bedtime routine and taking a moment for yourself in a calm and quiet atmosphere can ease stress, anxiety and prepare your body for sleep.
Here are some helpful facts on how to create a relaxing bedtime routine:
If you raise your temperature a degree or two with a bath, the cooling process at bedtime is likely to help you fall asleep faster.
Taking a quick shower before bed will help to prepare you for sleep. The feeling of warm running water on your skin relaxes your body and eases tension after a long day.
Massaging your skin with body oils can reduce stress and anxiety by decreasing muscle tension which can help to improve relaxation.
Your bedroom should be a peaceful place for rest and sleep. Placing a reed diffuser infused with Lavender and Chamomile essential oils into your bedroom will help create a feeling of calm.
Placing fragrance on your pulse points (wrists, temples and neck) makes it last longer due to the beat of your heart.