How Do You Sleep Better (10 Strategies for Improved Slumber)


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10 Tips on how to get BETTER sleep (Plus the single best advice on better shuteye) How to get MORE sleep; and you start to drop further into slumber this can last about 20 minutes or so. This brings us to the single best advice on getting better sleep: do what you can to go to bed and wake up at the same time every day. “Moving your carb allowance of white rice to dinner but keeping your dinner slightly early like 7pm can help you sleep better if you get to bed by 10. If you choose to sleep later than 10, you’ll.

Put new sheets on the bed, wind down and get the biological sleep you need: seven to eight hours, plus an extra 30 minutes.” T hat extra 30 minutes – a treat to your body – will help you catch up. Get your bedroom ready for sleep by keeping the blinds closed during the day, to keep the sun out. If you live in a cooler area, keep the windows closed on the sunny side of the house during the day as well.

#2 Turn Your Bedroom into a Sleep-Inducing Environment. A quiet, dark, and cool environment can help promote sound slumber. Why do you think bats congregate in caves for their daytime sleep?

To achieve such an environment, lower the volume of outside noise with earplugs or a “white noise” appliance. 10 Ways to Sleep Better (Based on Actual Science) to up your odds of a good night’s slumber. And there’s good reason to do so. Good sleep has been linked to better health and overall well. Here are 13 expert tips on changing your lifestyle to help you sleep better, including taking a coffee nap. at The Slumber Yard, reveals that can have huge payoffs in terms of improved.

Getting our bodies adjusted to day and night can be one of the top ways to ensure a much better sleep come bedtime. Try receiving more sunlight during the day through early morning walks or eating lunch outside, and embracing night time by dimming your household lights or using candles at the dinner table. 2. Give Yourself Time To Wind Down. Cutting out caffeine at least four to six hours before bedtime can help you fall asleep easier.

Avoid alcohol as a sleep aid. Alcohol may initially help you fall asleep, but it also causes. “If you are inactive, adding a 10-minute walk every day could improve your likelihood of a good night’s sleep,” Max Hirshkowitz, PhD, who led the poll, said in a statement. “Making this small change and gradually working your way up to more intense activities, like running or swimming, could help you sleep better.”.

List of related literature:

I thought I should at least mention these tips because people do expect to see them in a book about sleep.

“Sink Into Sleep: A Step-by-Step Workbook for Reversing Insomnia” by Judith R. Davidson, Ph.D, C.Psych
from Sink Into Sleep: A Step-by-Step Workbook for Reversing Insomnia
by Judith R. Davidson, Ph.D, C.Psych
Springer Publishing Company, 2012

Use of caffeine before going to bed can increase sleep latency (the amount of time needed to fall asleep), decrease total time asleep, and decreases subjective estimates of sleep quality (Curatolo & Robertson, 1983).

“An EasyGuide to APA Style” by Beth M. Schwartz, R. Eric Landrum, Regan A.R. Gurung
from An EasyGuide to APA Style
by Beth M. Schwartz, R. Eric Landrum, Regan A.R. Gurung
SAGE Publications, 2012

Treatment for insomnia should include interventions, such as stimulus control (using the bedroom for only sleep and sex), sleep restriction (staying in bed only if asleep), sleep hygiene, and cognitive therapy (relaxing and changing thought patterns).

“Fundamentals of Nursing E-Book: Active Learning for Collaborative Practice” by Barbara L Yoost, Lynne R Crawford
from Fundamentals of Nursing E-Book: Active Learning for Collaborative Practice
by Barbara L Yoost, Lynne R Crawford
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

Finally, avoid lying down until you are ready to go to sleep so that when you do lie down your mind receives another signal to ease toward sleep.

“Advanced Marathoning” by Pete Pfitzinger, Scott Douglas
from Advanced Marathoning
by Pete Pfitzinger, Scott Douglas
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2019

Avoiding light exposure and use of electronic media before bedtime, having a relaxing presleep ritual, keeping the bedroom cool and comfortable, and avoiding strenuous exercise, caffeine, alcohol, and large meals before bedtime are conducive to good quality sleep.

“Sleep Deprivation and Disease: Effects on the Body, Brain and Behavior” by Matt T. Bianchi
from Sleep Deprivation and Disease: Effects on the Body, Brain and Behavior
by Matt T. Bianchi
Springer New York, 2013

Suggestions helpful in promoting healthy sleeping patterns include limiting stimulation before sleep time, using quiettime activities before sleep, allowing a favorite bedtime toy, telling a specified number of stories, and establishing and maintaining bedtime rituals.

“Foundations and Adult Health Nursing” by Kim Cooper, RN, MSN, Kelly Gosnell, RN, MSN
from Foundations and Adult Health Nursing
by Kim Cooper, RN, MSN, Kelly Gosnell, RN, MSN
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2014

• Suggest methods to promote sleep: take a warm bath or shower, eat a nutritious snack, perform relaxation exercises, read for a little while.

“Study Guide for Essentials for Nursing Practice E-Book” by Patricia A. Potter, Anne Griffin Perry, Patricia Stockert, Amy Hall, Patricia Castaldi
from Study Guide for Essentials for Nursing Practice E-Book
by Patricia A. Potter, Anne Griffin Perry, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

Facilitate sleep: back massage, warm milk or herbal tea at bedtime; relaxation music/tapes; noise-reduction measures; avoid awakening patient.

“Evidence-Based Geriatric Nursing Protocols for Best Practice” by Elizabeth Capezuti, PhD, RN, FAAN, DeAnne Zwicker, DrNP, APRN, BC, Mathy Mezey, EdD, RN, FAAN, Terry T. Fulmer, PhD, RN, FAAN, Deanna Gray-Miceli, DSNSc, APRN, FAANP, Malvina Kluger
from Evidence-Based Geriatric Nursing Protocols for Best Practice
by Elizabeth Capezuti, PhD, RN, FAAN, DeAnne Zwicker, DrNP, APRN, BC, et. al.
Springer Publishing Company, 2007

Using these simple techniques, we both have had positive experiences improving our sleep quality while traveling or living in a noisy neighborhood.

“Women's Herbs, Women's Health” by Christopher Hobbs, Kathi Keville
from Women’s Herbs, Women’s Health
by Christopher Hobbs, Kathi Keville
Book Publishing Company, 2007

Treatment options include improving sleep habits by avoiding fluids after dinner, establishing regular sleep hours, avoiding naps and caffeine, minimizing bedroom noises, and using pillow support.

“Obstetrics: Normal and Problem Pregnancies E-Book” by Mark B Landon, Henry L Galan, Eric R. M. Jauniaux, Deborah A Driscoll, Vincenzo Berghella, William A Grobman, Sarah J Kilpatrick, Alison G Cahill
from Obstetrics: Normal and Problem Pregnancies E-Book
by Mark B Landon, Henry L Galan, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2020

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  • Some deep breathing in the dark in your bed, relaxing one by one your muscles by scanning in your head your whole body, it s a good tip too, it works on me, Thanks Ria ♥

  • WE ALL DESERVE A PEACE OF MIND SO WE CAN SLEEP. I hope that whatever is bothering you, it would be fine. Everything’s gonna be okay.

  • I have a person that I live and care for in my family well I care for everybody and love people who are in my fam but anyways I have a person that I love who fall asleep as soon as she gets in bed and that person is my mom lol

  • Who else watching this vid but when you look in comments you will laugh ��

    Ok here is the tip 100:Make yourslef cry so you can sleep:)

  • I used to be a swing shift worker so I’ve done similar research in the past and I’d say the lavender and magnesium are new ones so, I’ll have to give them a try. And I agree with the rest. What I’d add is avoiding alcohol; alcohol is known to disrupt sleep and prevent deep/quality sleep. Reading before bed from a physical book is a better supplement to phone gazing or watching TV. Meditating during the day to defragment your brain, so to speak, is good method of preventative maintenance so one doesn’t over-think while they’re trying to fall asleep. Making the bedroom a ‘holy land for sleep’ could help comfortable bed, pillows, having clean sheets (even the quality of sheets makes a difference), clean room and simple organization. If my bedroom is messy or cluttered it adds to my anxiety (though I believe there’s plenty of advice on this channel to help with that). No phone or TV in the bedroom at all. Another tactic I use is light control with smart lights like the Philips hue so I can program when the light comes on exactly (and what color to avoid blue light;). I prefer waking up to natural sunlight but, because we’re creatures of the industrial age, that isn’t always an option. Thanks for the video Ria, and appreciate the work you do!

  • bruh here i am at 3:40 trying to sleep and searching for something that makes me sleep in 4 seconds and i said dont think 100 times and my last braincell be like:a I LIKE YOUR SKETCHERS

  • im watching this in 8am after trying to fall asleep for hours, and you think repeating to myself ‘DONT THINK’ j 10 seconds will get me there, really?

  • “Bedrooms should be used for sleeping only, nothing else”

    Parents: Sets up a monitor for your game consoles
    Me: Grabs a packet of Doritos and eat it in my bedroom

  • When u have school and homework kills your sleep and so the next day you’re more exhausted so u go to bed just after like 6 when your Finnish but wake up at 12:00 ��

  • Hi! I struggled with sleep in the past due to my anxiety. I found that watching a movie while snuggled up in bed relaxed me and helps me fall asleep. Of course, I never finish one single movie, so it surely works!

  • Baths w/ lavender drops or epsom salt w/ lavender or hot showers w/ chamomile diffuser �� & sleepy time tea (w/ bear on box) u will be out like a light�� thx for all the wonderful tipZzzzz

  • EXCITING NEWS! I just chatted with Naturepedic and they said that if you guys like this video and would like to see another video, they’ll giveaway a mattress for FREE! That’s worth several thousand dollars wow! So make sure you like, share and comment below what you’d like me to talk about in another video. Happy Sunday! xo Lisa

  • I always say to myself yeah im going to sleep at 10:30 when it reaches that again I say I will definitely sleep at 11:30 and it just repeats itself

  • That blue light app thing is the real deal! I have one that goes by your time zone, so it’s effortless: just turns itself on and off. ����

  • Hi
    Thanks for your inspiring videos.
    I’m also a 6 months old kitten parent love watching your cats in Btw videos.
    Have a question did you get your cats neutered?

  • I’m enjoying your videos I like how you always say…see or try what is good for you…You being a key word to many of these videos are about the person doing the video and what is good for them

  • I LOVE your approach to things: you don’t just say “This is the rule, follow it”, you do your research and you show what you found out, being honest on the fact we’re all different, so we need to check what works for us.
    Thank you ��

  • I use a black mask to block out light, and wax mouldable ear plugs (muffles) to block out noise. Both are cheap and effective. Thank you for your programs

  • For those like me who use their computer (or phone) up until bedtime for relaxation, many websites and apps do have a night mode. Some computers and phones have a blue light filter setting as mentioned too. But for added protection, they do make blue light blocking glasses. They look like normal glasses with no odd colored lenses and they do not distort your vision. I’ve had mine for about three months now and put them on around 8pm every night. They cost about twenty USD (well mine did) and I feel that I have seen some improvement with them, though I also take a Melatonin supplement as well as prescription medications for my insomnia, so it’s hard to say for sure. XD

  • I used to have a very lot of acne since I was 13. I didn’t have any idea about any skin care routines or products. Now I am 20 and it has already left scars in my face. I feel very less confident whenever I go out. I feel very ugly. I’m so insomniac. Please help

  • Great tips! I’ve never heard about magnesium being related to sleep quality… good to know! I also drink chamomile tea when I’m having trouble sleeping. Just don’t drink it too close to bedtime, otherwise, you can end up waking up to go to the bathroom (so annoying when that happens!)

  • Drinking hot or warm milk can help you sleep better. I don’t have any sleeping problems because I walked at least one hour per day, I can fell into sleep very easy.

  • I’m curious about your thoughts on shower at night before bed vs shower in the morning related to sleep better/falling asleep quicker.

  • I listen to rain videos on youtube. Some of them are quite long, probably in a loop. Here’s one:

  • The temperature when I sleep is 68 degrees. My normal temperature during the day is 70 degrees. I’ve found that having more than a 2 degree temperature difference costs more money.

  • I was literally looking at the ceiling all night without even 5 minutes of sleep last night terrible experience. My sleep has always been bad, some people saying don’t stay in bed and get up for a walk if i really couldn’t sleep. What you do think? Any advice?

  • Ria..I loved your cat comments. I just adore I thought to mention an important tip..sometimes my cat sits right on top of my head as I have a favourite hoodie I wear just the head part so she also slings her paws on my eyes (no blackout curtains necessary..and the best part is her purrrrrr. So relaxing..and soothing..I actually saw a documentary that cats purring heals the body..and for me it has helped so much. P.S love to see your humor coming through..and always absolutely get so much clarity and encouragement from your videos. Thanks.Lia������

  • Hello Ria! Thanks a lot for a wonderful and useful video. I have a follow-up question. I do get my 8 hrs of sleep. However, I developed a weird sleeping habit over the years. Sleeping for 2-3 hours once I get back from work, waking up and going back to sleep between 2am to 3am. Recently I tried breaking this habit to go back to regular sleeping hours and my sleep quality became worse. I feel much rested when I switch back to my weird schedule. Could you please do a video on how to break sleep cycles, and how to do it with practical tips that you always give in your videos? Thanks so much!

  • I liked ur each n every video n learned something new everyday. u r my inspiration n i have started from the past few days following all your tips for healthy n glowing skin.i have seen change in my face by following ur tips of those videos.thnx a lot n u r my inspiration.spread positivity I’m glad that the world is filled with some good admirers like u lots…keep doing this type of videos especially related to healthy diet n skin care u lots.������

  • I know that there are plenty of studies saying that you shouldn’t do it, but for me, reading a paper book will have me asleep in a flash! Another big tip that I would recommend, and that I was told by a doctor, is to stop drinking liquids at least 2 hours before you go to sleep. I can’t always do this but I do try to be mindful of how much I drink before bed because if you have several cups of tea before bed your mind may be lights out �� �� but your bladder might be all… ����➡��‼️

  • what works for me it’s melotonin liquid found at gnc and i mixed it with a tadin chamomile tea from Ralph’s and earplugs. Nothing else works for me other than medications I don’t want to take.


  • Black eye mask and wax muffles earplugs (from boots chemist
    ) plus listen to own breathing to focus the mind down. Like your research work.

  • If i had those gorgeous cats in my bedroom I’d spend my time cuddling and hugging them, I’d never sleep but they would. I’m not a coffee drinker if I drank it before bed I’d be out, but I love my hot tea with milk so caffeine doesn’t keep me awake either.

  • I don’t usually have trouble sleeping but I still use blackout curtains, have a consistent bedtime and have a regular bedtime routine.

  • I really like you videos, I subscribed today, i watched alredy alot of you videos, you have a really nice calm down way to explain things, I like that you give real life examples about tips you give, so I can better relate and imagine things you telling. Great channel!!!!! Love you work

  • Thank you for these wonderful suggestions. Love magnesium, the only supplements found to really help me are either Markus Rothkranz ‘night rebuild’ and Super U Cocoa Dream chill blend. I accidentally used the sleepy coca blend by Super U in place of Cacao powder in the morning and made me so sleepy oops. Also love organic bedding, organic essential oils and movement in day

  • The only sleep aids not in your video that I use are Valerian tea, and I also use a SLEEP MASK instead of blackout curtains because my bedroom door has opaque glass panes (weird, I know) that let light through and I have to keep it open so my two cats can go in and out:-)

  • Tank You!! Love your videos so inspiring and helpful… Will try the tips and see how it works for me I can’t sleep mostly because of anxiety and it’s been a problem I had since childhood

  • I have tried melatonin tablets prescribed by a GP…l used to find very difficult to sleep in dark..l need to have some light…l get anxious in darkness..

  • Lavender essential oil works for me. I put a towel over my pillow and put one drop of oil on each of the upper corners and I will sleep immediately if needed. Also I have a flat pillow speaker with which I can play relaxation music with a timer and the pillow will transfer the sound. Works for me as well.:)

  • Thank you for all of the helpful tips. There is so much information about the importance of sleep, but very little information about how to fall asleep & how to stay asleep. Your video provides the how.
    One technique I use to help me sleep is Yoga breathing. Deep inhale for 3 counts, exhale for 3 counts. I repeat this until I drift off.
    Thanks again.

  • I have had sleep issues for years….I am a flight attendant flying mostly international routes. I have just accepted that creating a sleep routine is impossible in my line of work. One thing I HAVE found is that taking good quality probiotics and fish oil has reduced my anxiety issues tremendously! Almost to the point of being gone! Try it! ��

  • Thank you so much for this video. I liked and shared this video. Tonight I will be starting implementing. It would be great to see a night and morning routine. I’m a routine person and love to learn.

  • Speaking from personal experience ( not backed up by any study ) I find that minimising my stuff/ decluttering removes the ‘distractions ‘ ( of having a lot( to produce a calm, peaceful environment to help you sleep

  • Use a Mylar emergency blanket on your bed room windows. They are see through in bright daylight, but diminish light effectively. Benefit is, it also keeps out heat inducing light in the summer and helps keep in heat in the winter. Use double stick tape that comes in the window shrink film isle at your local diy store. Put up the tape. Then wash and thoroughly dry your hands before putting up the Mylar blanket. Take your time and make sure the blanket is nice and taut, this will make it easier to see out when you want. Trim excess. Good sleeping to you!

  • Agree with all of these suggestions. Having a nightly routine before bed, just as we might for children, helps program us to get ready for bed. One other thought, which complements your temperature recommendation, if you take a bath or shower before bed, let your body cool down before getting under the covers. Enjoy your videos.

  • Yoga always helps me sleep. Doing some light, relaxing yoga as part of my night/bedtime routine helps settle my mind and prepare me for sleep.

  • Ria, really love your videos and learn a lot! thanks! though i can’t understand 100% what you are saying (i’m chinese, english is not my mother language)!

    However, may i give you two suggestions?

    1. would you mind offering mp3 files ( like put it on the itunes), so we can listen to them daily while commuting or brushing my teeth lol.

    2. your youtube introduction don’t mention your name in the very begining
    (i know you put it in the last), but it’s hard for people to find your name… ( sorry i can’t remember your name lol )

  • It’s nice to know I’m not the only one with a cat who keeps me up at night! lol. Your kitties are so cute! I recently purchased black out curtains and they’ve been helping a lot. Now the only problem is I have no idea what time it is in the morning since my room is so dark:)

  • Hi! Ria i am amu and i want to know that can late sleeping causes dark circles on our face and if so how to cure it if it is happened from many many time before please give a video on it

  • I would love you to do a video if the Naturepedic will help for back pain. I also love the way you do the video.
    I would love to experience sleeping on a Naturepedic matress, love all your videos. Also can you pls state what are the brand of sleep aids you mention we could purchase. Because I do have a problem in falling a sleep and stay sleep.

  • I have a oil diffuser, but only a few oils. Peppermint, lavender, sweet orange, eucalyptus, tea tree, and lemongrass I use a blend of 5 drops eucalyptus or tea tree, e drops of peppermint and 4 drops of lavender. Its surprisingly a light scent. I’m not a fan of lemongrass, and the sweet orange takes over the other scents and it smells like my wood cleaner. I tried using just a few drops of plain old lavender. It was probably 12pm and I just wanted to know how itd smell. It knocked me out like that gross medicine they give you before getting surgery and I woke up with the worst headache of my life and a dry throat and mouth 4 hours later. I cant sleep in a pitch black room. And I need some sort of sound. I usually have my music playing on the lowest volume on my echo. I’m the lightest sleeper. If the light turns off when the diffuser stops, I’ll wake up. When my music stops, I wake up. If any light that’s on turns off I wake up. Yikes. I’ll stop. I write the longest comments known to man. I’m sorry. I have a a habbit of overexplaining

  • You’re truly inspirational. Could you show a video of your morning routine. When waking what should I do first, drink, supplement and eat first.

  • Magnesium really helps you to relax at night and especially helps if you have leaky gut. But I was told since I have autoimmune diseases not to take melatonin.

  • Great video content! Forgive me for chiming in, I would love your opinion. Have you tried Millawdon Impulsive Wish Trick (google it)? It is a smashing exclusive product for getting rid of insomnia minus the headache. Ive heard some super things about it and my m8 after a lifetime of fighting got excellent results with it.

  • Thank you for these wonderful suggestions. Love magnesium, the only supplements found to really help me are either Markus Rothkranz ‘night rebuild’ and Super U Cocoa Dream chill blend. I accidentally used the sleepy coca blend by Super U in place of Cacao powder in the morning and made me so sleepy oops. Also love organic bedding, organic essential oils and movement in day

  • Thank you for this video, Ria. I didn’t know that there are blue light filters for phones!
    A few comments:
    1. Epsom salts are also a source of magnesium. An epsom salt bath can be very useful. You can add some drops of lavender oil to it.
    2. Lavender oil is also toxic to rabbits.
    3. I have blackout roller blinds AND blackout lined curtains. Light still comes in on the sides in the morning. I usually wake up before sunrise, so I pop on an eye mask to block out any light coming through. I like the infinity sleep mask as it doesn’t press on my eyes or eyelashes.
    4. Drink enough water throughout the day. This makes a HUGE difference for me.
    5. I always think a good night’s sleep starts with breakfast: eat properly throughout the day. Going hungry or being poorly nourished does nothing to help us sleep.
    6. I don’t use orange goggles, but I do find burning beeswax candles emits an orange light. Maybe it would help?
    PS. I love your blue and white bedding!

  • Hi, Just subscribed to your channel, very informative and interesting. Could you remind me of the yoga video and mindfullness video you recommended in your videos please.

  • I love videos based on science so I just subscribed to your channel. Congratulations for the quality of the information and thank you!

  • To anybody with a defuser please don’t use lavender scent for it is toxic to animals, check what scents are ok and have a good night full of at least 8 hours of sleep! ❤️

  • I really enjoyed this video. I’m trying to establish a routine. I have no issue sleeping, but I dont look forward to it. If I get a feeling of calmness like you suggested, I think this will do me good.

  • Hi Lisa, I’ve tried the CBD oil but gave up (I suffer with anxiety) if you could do a video on this (if not already) I would appreciate your thoughts. Will be using some of your sleep tips, especially the lavender bath! Thanks Debs x

  • You are absolutely amazing ❤️ just came across your channel and am loving it!! Had difficulty sleeping all week, this video is about to change my life. Thank you for all the wonderful and easy tips to follow. Your energy is well received. Love and light.

  • Yes, doctors and pilots cannot do that exactly…but ok, generally speaking it works like magic! Tip: according to Fengshui, we shouldn’t put water pictures or objects above the bed/ above our head as it can bring bad relationships into our lives or make us feel suffocated in life by something we can’t explain: the water over our heads…better not! it’s bad energy, sorry…

  • How sad most of these things require wealth…
    expensive mantras and bedstuff, a big enough place to have a bedroom oasis… and no more than one job in order to get to bed before 10

  • “Avoid devices 1 hour before bedtime.”

    And I’m using my phone just before bedtime… I find that yellow screen filters don’t work as well as just not using phones or tablets before bed.

  • I couldnt sleep last night. I told my mom, she said just close your eyes and youll fall to sleep. I watched my room the whole night. I twist and turn when the sun came up i went on my phone

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  • I have subscribed to you recently and you’re videos really changed my life and got me really motivated to get my life together.. Thank you very much ❤❤❤

  • One thing that helps me sleep is listening to either the radio, PodCast, YouTube, etc. of somebody talking in calm tones on my iPhone.
    Myself, I like listening to Bible Studies.
    I turn my phone away so no lights interrupt my sleep.

  • Another great video Lisa. Thank you. I have found that pillows designed to fit between your legs to maintain alignment help me while sleeping on my side. I also use ashwagandha to help me minimize cortisol and improve recovery while I sleep. I do like occasional use of valerian, melatonin and kava. L-theanine is also helpful for relaxation. Great video.

  • I love sipping tea in the evenings! My favorite right now is Serenity Tea from Elements Health & Wellness! It’s delicious and so soothing! Throat Coat from Tradition Medicinals is great too!

  • Thank you for the tips. In the past I only slept 4 hours a night and felt great. Now I have lupus, fibromyalgia and several autoimmune diseases. I never get sleepy now but am always tired. My rheumatologist has prescribed a muscle relaxer to help me get to sleep but I’m not getting a good sleep. I’m going to try a few of these tips. Thanks for sharing.

  • Great video. Need to put more of you suggestions into practice. Hadn’t heard of some of those supplements. Great advice. Thank you.

  • Hi, love following you for healthy tips! This is a great video. I have a question, which mattress did you get? HALCYON? Thanks! Looking into it, we need a new one desperately!

  • I cannot sleep in a dark room, I cannot sleep with my eyes covered. What is the best sleeping position, left side, right side, back???? ��