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Correct! You’re a Sleep Pro, aren’t you?

There’s a reason the saying goes, “If you snooze, you lose”. Ready for more sleep facts? Then read on and  stock up on oils for x3 better sleep. 

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Sleep is a wonderful thing, right?

It restores and invigorates us, inspires us with dreams, and allows us to process the adventures of our lives.
The average person spends 26 years of their lives asleep… so how much do you know about getting quality zzz?

1. If you snooze, you lose

Are you someone who loves hitting that snooze bar over and over again? You’re not alone! Unfortunately, it’s not as restful as you might hope. Fragmenting sleep is not restorative, so sleep experts recommend getting up immediately after your alarm interrupts those zzz.

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2. Good sleep goes beyond duration

As long as you get your 7-8 hours a night, you’re set? Wrong! While sleep duration is important, the quality of your sleep plays a much larger role in whether or not you’re rested:

  • Temperature: Yes, we get the best sleep in cooler temperatures, so keep your bedroom around 65°F or 18°C.
  • Continuity: If you find yourself waking during the night, you get less time in the restorative stages of sleep. 
  • Position: Are you a back, side, or stomach sleeper? Be sure to invest in a quality mattress and pillows to support your spine and improve sleep quality. 
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2. Good sleep goes beyond duration

As long as you get your 7-8 hours a night, you’re set? Wrong! While sleep duration is important, the quality of your sleep plays a much larger role in whether or not you’re rested:

  • Temperature: Yes, we get the best sleep in cooler temperatures, so keep your bedroom around 65°F or 18°C.
  • Continuity: If you find yourself waking during the night, you get less time in the restorative stages of sleep. 
  • Position: Are you a back, side, or stomach sleeper? Be sure to invest in a quality mattress and pillows to support your spine and improve sleep quality. 
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3. Get out of bed if you can’t fall asleep

If you can’t fall asleep within 20 minutes of hitting the hay, experts recommend you get out of bed, do something relaxing in a dim environment, and try again. This way, your bed remains associated with “sleep”, not tossing and turning.

For the activity, we recommend turning on your diffuser (if it’s not on already) and using the time for a quick meditation.

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