How Much Sleep Does Your Age Group Need?

Many are living in a permanent state of sleep deprivation and you may be one. Find out how much you need now.
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Do you find it difficult to doze off? It’s a common complaint and can be due to a number of factors. The truth is most people don’t prepare to sleep!

You need to ensure that your environment is set up correctly and specifically for sleeping. Today we share some sleep remedies that work like a charm and also share with you the correct amount of sleep that your age group requires.

sleep remedies that work

via Sleep Foundation

How Much Sleep Do You Need?

Before you get down to checking out different sleep remedies, it’s important to determine exactly how much sleep you need.

According to the National Sleep Foundation(NSF), sleep needs vary greatly by individual. You should also listen to your body. Ultimately it knows what you need.

For adults, the results were as follows:
  • Younger adults (18-25): Sleep range is 7-9 hours (new age category)
  • Adults (26-64): Sleep range did not change and remains 7-9 hours
  • Older adults (65+): Sleep range is 7-8 hours (new age category)

These are just general recommendations, however. Your own sleep needs, as shown in the infographic above might vary. These numbers are a good place to start and see how much sleep actually makes you feel well-rested.

21 Tips For Better Sleep

via She Knows

Now that we know how much sleep we need let’s check out these top tips from She Knows which will help you have the best sleep ever. Restricting alcohol and caffeine to earlier in the day is your first wise choice as is exercising daily.

Reading a book is a great way to bring on the sleep sheep too. A cooler bedroom will also help you to sleep soundly and they suggest that the optimal temperature is in the 60-67 degrees F which is around 20 degrees Celcius.

20 Ways To Fall Asleep Fast

via Dr. Axe

Dr. Axe has compiled a list of 20 ways to fall asleep fast. There are some great tips here including having a detox bath prior to bed, drinking chamomile tea and maintaining a regular bedtime routine.

It is important that you aim to get to bed at the same time every night. This will ensure that your body starts to wind down in preparation for rest.

Electronics will also interrupt your sleep. If you have a TV in your bedroom, pop a blanket over it, or remove it entirely.

Leave all technology including phones and computers out of your bedroom. They are distracting and will affect your relaxation.

Natural Sleep Remedies That Work For Insomnia

via Dr. Josh Axe, Youtube.

We have also included this helpful video from Dr. Axe. He outlines some excellent natural remedies for Insomnia. We highly recommend that you take a few moments to listen to his suggestions. Click Play above now ^

Something else that we highly recommend you try is this Aromatherapy Diffuser. It streams cold steam that is fragranced with essential oils and it has a number of gorgeous, relaxing colors.

We love ours and we have found an inexpensive version that is less than half what we paid and comes with Essential Oils.

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