We're grownups. We don't need a bedtime story with Mom to help us fall asleep, right? Not so fast. There's a reason parents for generations have been creating nightly bedtime rituals. Sleep is essential for a healthy body, high functioning mind and the energy to take on the day. Here are some healthy bedtime habits to help you prepare for a good night's sleep.
Happy hour Give yourself an hour to really get ready for bed. Establishing a consistent nightly ritual will give your body and mind the heads up that it's time to wind down. With the constant barrage of stimuli coming at us all day, we need time to disconnect. A cup of calming tea, diffusing essenti...
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