- Lior Weizman
Good sleeping habits
We spend almost a third of our lives asleep, an activity with a huge impact on our lives and health. However, only a few of us know how they can easily improve the quality of their sleep.
Don't consume caffeine after noon time.
Don’t exercise before you go to bed. Finish your exercises no later than 4 pm.
Sleep in complete darkness.
During daylight, use your sunglasses only when you have too.
Sleep at least 7 hours every night (best will be 7.5 to 8 hours, but not more than 9).
Go to bad no later than 10 pm.
Woke up early, between 5 to 6 am.
Try to use a grounding mat.
Don’t take naps during the day.
Reduce blue light coming out of your screens.
Stop looking at your phone at least 1 hour before you get into bad.
Don’t watch TV in your bedroom.
Don’t put/charge your phone next to your bed. If possible, sleep far from any electronics.