Do you ever wish that you could just get a good night sleep? Do you feel like you get up in the morning and wonder if you even got any sleep at all? Sleep is such an important part of our body’s ability to rest and recover that it’s so important to be sure we’re giving our body just what it needs every single night. So, what do you do when you can’t seem to get ahead of the battle you’re having with resting?
There are so many sleep study facilities out there it’s getting very scary. Why do we have so many places checking to see how people are sleeping? Why don’t we go back to the simple basics of lifestyle and truly get to the root cause and make a true impact on the ability to sleep?
What Sleep Deprivation Can Influence:
- Our ability to lose weight or maintain a healthy weight
- Emotions and behaviors
- Learning and motivation
- The body’s organ systems and overall health
- Reaction time and ability to drive safely
Things You Can Do To Help Yourself Fall Asleep:
- Maintain a healthy diet
- Create a good sleeping environment
- Avoid stimulants
- Make sure you have adequate bedding
- Exercise regularly
- Remove distractions
- Relax the body
- Reset your internal clock
- Use essential oils to create a restful sleeping environment
The Science Behind Using Essential Oils For Sleep:
- Inhaling an essential oil can induce an internal response within the body for relaxation.
- After a restful night of sleep, the aroma has now created a positive association within the brain.
- This internal response can encourage a restful night of sleep.
- Positive association promotes further use of this particular oil as part of a healthy sleeping routine
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Have an Abundantly Healthy day, and, until next time …
Dr. Cori Campbell, Physical Therapist, Wellness Advocate