10 Reasons to Sleep Better + 10 Tips for Better Sleep!

That’s why over the past two months, the Rhinomed Sleep Naturally Series has looked closely at the amazing phenomenon that is sleep.

We’ve covered the reasons why sleep should be a top priority for everyone and how you can plan for and work towards achieving consistently good sleep. And that means getting enough sleep and getting good quality sleep every night.


Coping with Anxiety and Stress – How Sleep Can Help

But you don’t have to keep running in circles. Help is available through relaxation techniques, sleep hygiene routines and simple sleep aids to help you breathe better, relax and sleep better at night.

Even the simple act of switching off your phone before bedtime and getting a solid 7 to 9 hours of sleep can make a huge difference, as it turns out that sleep is a natural remedy for anxiety.


Breathe Your Way to a Better Night’s Sleep

Most of us have little awareness of how we breathe when we’re awake, let alone when we’re sleeping.
During sleep, we have no conscious control over the way we breathe. But if we are not breathing properly, it can result in snoring, a restless night’s sleep or it might even be a sign of a sleep disorder.


Building your Immunity with Good Sleep, Nutrition and Exercise

Studies have shown that sleep and immune health are inextricably tied to each other. Sleep enables the immune system to fight infection more effectively and it can also aid in recovery if you are feeling unwell.

Unfortunately, it’s easy to take our sleep for granted until we start to feel unwell. All it takes is a stuffy nose to prevent us from being able to sleep comfortably. When the nose is blocked, we unconsciously breathe through our mouth, often resulting in snoring and waking during the night with a dry mouth or throat. But a few simple tips, such as having a warm shower and wearing a nasal dilator, can help you get the shut-eye you need.


How Sleep Helps The Body To Heal

While you’re dreaming away, your body is actually hard at work healing and repairing itself so that you wake up feeling stronger and healthier.

With fewer demands on your body when you sleep, it has time to recover from the stresses of the day and perform restorative tasks that reset your energy, hormone, and stress levels.