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Getting a good night’s sleep is crucial to your overall wellbeing. If we don’t get adequate sleep, our cortisol levels can rise making us feel stressed and craving sugary and fatty foods.
Yet if you get a good night sleep, research shows that you can reduce your risk of chronic illness, boost your wellbeing and keep your cortisol levels in check.
If you’re having trouble getting some decent shut-eye it’s worth you establishing a daily routine to help aid a better night’s sleep.
Creating a routine where you do some exercise such as walk, run, cycle or outdoor workout in the sunshine, have a relaxing magnesium bath and herbal tea or cacao before bedtime and ensure you go don’t sleep on a full stomach, avoid alcohol and blue light, will help you establish good habits and practises to ensure a deep and relaxing sleep.