How You Can Stay Asleep at Night

by Mar 22, 2024Relaxium Sleep, Sleep Tips, Wellness

Mar 22, 2024

Sleep is the essential function that allows your body and mind to function and recharge, leaving an individual to feel refreshed and alert when an individual wakes up. Sleeping also allows the body to remain healthy and fight off diseases. Without enough sleep, the brain cannot function properly which can impair the ability to concentrate, think clearly, and process memories. 

Once a person falls asleep, the body follows a sleep cycle that is divided into four stages. The first three stages are known as non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep and the final stage is known as rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. 

Stage 1: NREMThe transition between wakefulness and sleep consists of light sleep. In this stage, your muscles relax and your heart rate, breathing, brain waves, and eye movements begin to slow down. This typically lasts for several minutes.
Stage 2: NREMThe deeper sleep stage as your heart rate and breathing continue to slow down and the muscles become more relaxed. The eye movements will stop and the body temperature will decrease. This typically lasts the longest of all the sleep stages.
Stage 3: NREMThis stage plays an important role in making you feel refreshed and alert the next day. The heartbeat, breathing, and brain wave all reach their lowest levels and the muscles are as relaxed as they can be. This stage will be longer at first and decrease in duration throughout the night. O 
Stage 4: REMThis will begin about 90 minutes after you fall asleep. The eyes begin to move back and forth rapidly and breathing, heart rate, and blood pressure will begin to increase. Dreams will also occur at this time. The duration of REM will increase as the night goes on. However, with the increase of age, there is a decrease in the time spent in the REM sleep stage. 
REM sleep stage

Tips and Tricks to Stay Asleep

Adults who do not receive enough restful sleep each night can implement some positive lifestyles and sleep habits in order to obtain seven hours of undisruptive sleep. 

Have a routine: Choose a time to go to bed and stick with it. Be as close as your schedule allows to maintain that time. By having a consistent bedtime and wake time, the body can reset the circadian rhythm to have a quality night’s sleep. 

Exercise: This helps with melatonin production, which can help you sleep and help your body’s other system sync with your circadian rhythm. Melatonin is naturally produced in the brain to help promote sleep. 

Avoid alcohol and caffeine in the evening: Caffeine is a stimulant that can keep you awake late in the evenings. While alcohol makes you drowsy in the moment, it can affect your circadian rhythm in the long run.

Limit screen time: Keep your technology out of your bedroom when you are unwinding from the day. The blue light in technology restricts the production of melatonin and leads to a disruption in your circadian rhythm. Avoid screens at least 30 minutes before you sleep. Studies show that those with more exposure to light, at later hours, experience more awakenings during their sleep cycle than those without. 

Avoid naps: By taking a nap, it becomes harder to fall asleep at night. If you have to take a nap, make sure it is 30 minutes or less and occurs before 3 p.m. 

Relaxing environment: Have a comfortable bed, pillows, and sheets for your sleep preferences and body types. 

Temperature: The core body temperature is generally around 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit and fluctuates by about 2 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the night. If your bedroom is at the wrong temperature, this could throw off the natural balance in your sleep and keep you awake.

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  • An easier time falling and staying asleep
  • Deeper, more restful sleep 
  • Waking up feeling refreshed, energized and rejuvenated 
  • Better mood balance 
  • An enhanced immune system
  • Better digestion 
  • Better heart health
  • And so much more!
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To restful and healthy days ahead,

The Relaxium Team 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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