Getting A Proper Beauty Sleep: What You Need To Know

I know you already know quality sleep is essential for a healthy life. But do you know getting good night sleep can also make you look your best? People who get quality sleep seem to be naturally more attractive. In this article, I will walk you through some simple routine changes that can help improve the quality of your sleep.

Take a look and see which changes you can implement for a better sleep quality!



Aim for Eight Hours Sleep

On average, an adult person should get between 6-8 hours of restful sleep every night. But how many of us make those eight hours? Probably a few with the majority of us going into something called ‘sleep debt’. If you don’t get enough sleep through the week, your body is going to force you to catch up at some point. Many studies have shown that getting less than 6 hours per night could actually be as bad as getting none at all. Work on getting 7-8 hours each night and  you’ll get your body into a natural rhythm. 

Just having enough sleep can enhance your appearance. Eight hours is enough for the body to repair and look after itself.

Get Yourself a Quality Mattress and Ensure Your Bedroom Is Suitable

Since quality sleep is the best reward you can give your body investing in a good mattress is the best decision if your mattress is already old or has started to feel uncomfortable. Sleeping on a low-quality mattress will create pressure points on your back and this will lead to poor sleep quality as well as a number of aches and pains the next day.

Don’t settle for less than you deserve and start looking for a mattress that is suited to your needs.

Mattresses are proven to improve the quality of sleep and memory foam is a highly recommended option to achieve a restful beauty sleep. Memory foam mattresses are known to conform to the body shape so that you feel as if you’re sleeping on a cloud! 

As a result, purchasing a memory foam mattress can enhance sleep efficiency and overall beauty. Furthermore, you should also ensure that your bedsheets are nice clean and fresh. If you love pillows, try to use silk pillowcases because they feel amazing and have great benefits for the skin and hair.  

Sleep on Your Back

Perhaps you are one of those people who sleeps on their side. Side sleeping may be comfortable but it is not recommendable if you want to get a beauty sleep. By sleeping on your sides you’ll press your face into your bedding, and this promotes premature aging by allowing your skin to be pulled in strange directions. I’m guilty of this too! 

If your skin is pulled too much, it eventually loses its elasticity and sags. Due to this, sleeping on your back is one way to avoid the development of wrinkles. Getting a silk pillowcase as discussed earlier is a good way to stop so many lines forming while you sleep. 

Use Aromatherapy to Relax You

Using aromatherapy is another way to help you get enough beauty sleep. The most recommended is lavender, as it has been associated with quality sleep for decades. In 2005, the Wesleyan University conducted a research on the health benefits of lavender and found that it promotes deep sleep. Try putting a few drops into your bath before bed, or use a diffuser!

Exercise During The Day

Falling asleep as soon as they get into bed is unheard of for some. However, it’s possible if you exercise during the day! Just make sure you don’t exercise too close to bedtime, as it can actually keep you lying awake rather than sleeping soundly. 

If you want to wake up looking your absolute best thanks to quality sleep, start using these tips ASAP. You should notice a marked difference in your sleep quality and appearance!

Amie Scott