When you lie down at night, it should be the time when you shut your eyes and blissfully go to sleep. Unfortunately, our brains often have another idea. After a busy day, your brain finally has some time to process all those worries and anxious thoughts it didn’t get time to focus on during the day. One of the most common times to experience anxiety is at night.
In this day and age, many of us are familiar with the concept of blue light, and that exposure to blue light can negatively impact our sleep.
As you may already know, receiving enough sleep is one of the building blocks to maintaining a healthy body and mind. In today’s world, there are unlimited roadblocks that can get in the way of receiving the amount of sleep that is right for us, such as technology, busy schedules, to active minds. Luckily, there are many factors within our control that can dramatically improve our sleep!