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How To Spend The Last 10 Minutes Of Your Day?

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Meditate for 5-10 min before sleeping. This ensures that you get a sound, undisturbed sleep. Drinking a glass of milk before sleep improves your sex drive. Read something of your interest, it'll put you in a good mood. Write a note of gratitude to your loved one. Lower room temperature, preferably 65-67 degrees and avoid exposure to any sort of light as you sleep.

Curejoy Expert Dipti Mothay Explains:

How you begin and end your work days is crucial to how the next day or even the rest of the week goes. Developing morning and evening routines that help you get the most out of each and every day could be very productive. You should also try following a strict morning and evening routine every day, and should have the same bedtime and wake time every day of the week

Things to do during the Last 10-15 Minutes of your day

Meditate – Studies show that practicing mindfulness lowers stress and elevates mood. Meditate for 5-10 min before sleeping. This step ensures that you get a sound, undisturbed sleep.

Drink milk – Drinking a glass of milk with a teaspoon of honey just before sleeping not only gives you a good sleep, but also improves your sex drive.

Read something that makes you happy – Fiction, poetry, graphic novels. Whatever sustains your attention without much effort and puts you in a good mood.

Handwrite a note – One of the most effective ways of boosting happiness is expressing gratitude. You can experience gratitude while writing a thank-you note to someone you care about, or privately, by listing a few of your day’s highlights in a diary.

Lower the temperature – Cooler temperatures help us fall asleep and make the prospect of lying under the covers more appealing. The National Sleep Foundation recommends keeping your thermostat between 60 and 67 degrees overnight.

Avoid blue light – Exposure to blue light– the kind emanating from our smartphones and computer screens – suppresses the body’s production of melatonin, a hormone that makes us to feel sleepy. Studies show that reducing exposure to blue light, either by banishing screens before bedtime or by using blue light-blocking glasses, improves sleep quality.

Create a serene environment- Create a tranquil environment with minimal stimulation. Dim the lights play soothing music, light a candle.

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The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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Susan Moore
Susan Moore 5pts

The last thing you should do, is be on your computer. The blue light and being involved in it, keeps you awake.