Lifestyle Changes To Help You Sleep Better At Night


Go Outside More During The Daytime - On your lunch break, don’t sit at your desk to eat lunch...! Sunlight increases your Melatonin production not to mention the added Vitamin D you’ll get - Just remember to slip, slop and slap in the Summer months!



Keep A Regular Pattern - Try and keep a routine in regards to your day-to-day life - This will factor into your sleeping habits!



Make Your Bedroom A Sleep Sanctuary - Remove distractions such as bright lights, take the television out of the room - In summary: keep your bedroom cool, dark and quiet!



Exercise Regularly - According to the Australian Government's Health Dept, the average adult person should try to do at least 150-300 minutes of moderate activity per week  - Better physical health leads to better mental health!



Eat Healthy - Food and drinks affect your sleeping habits - Cut down on sugar, processed foods and heavy carbohydrates - A full stomach at night won’t help with your sleep due to your body working overtime to digest the food!