Bedtime Routines That Will Make Your Morning Better Than Before

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Do you know if you spend ten minutes on a night getting ready for the next day then it will be at least ten times easier tomorrow? Sometimes we’ve been busy checking our phone, scrolling over social media. We do pointless things that made us hard to sleep. And we end up waking up feeling exhausted in the morning. You’d better check some of the tips below to help you have a proper sleep.

 

#1 Drink a glass of water

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I don’t know if it’s a scientific fact or anything, but I’ve been told that there are lots of benefits to drinking a glass of water before bed. So, I always drink a pint or so before I go up to bed. If you prefer hot tea or hot milk, it’s okay. Those drinks also beneficial for your sleep process.

 

#2 Clear your mind

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If you find yourself can’t switch off because you’re thinking about everything you need to do the next day, then you might find it helpful to write a to-do list. Have an intimate moment with The Almighty. Share your thoughts about today will somehow ease up your sleep. Then, write some things for your upcoming to-do-list so you have an exact reason to wake up fresh and energized.

 

#3 Choose your clothes for the following day

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Make sure everything you want to wear is hanging on the door of your wardrobe (or anywhere else convenient). So, they’ll be ready to just pop on.

 

#4 Quick workout before bedtime

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Do relaxation for your tight muscle, then inhale your best thoughts, exhale the other. Make sure your body is in the best condition, choose the best sleep position and get ready to have a very nice sleep.

 

Do you do any of those things before you go to bed? You’d better start to try it, girls.

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Anandita Ade Putri

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