Free Shipping In The U.S.!

Improving Your Sleep to Look Great in the Morning

Looking great in the morning actually starts hours before when you’re ready to go to bed. The quality of your sleep as well as how long you sleep plays a big part in how you’re going to look and feel in the morning. Considering how important sleep actually is to our overall health, doing any little thing to improve it can make a huge difference, so let’s talk about some of the ways you can do just that so you look and feel great in the morning and you’re ready to start your day off the right way.

Sleep in the Right Position
One of the biggest ways to increase your chances of waking up with a puffy face is by sleeping on your stomach or side. When you sleep on your back, however, fluid pooling under your eyes should be minimal, and it’s also going to decrease your chances of developing sleep wrinkles.

Don’t Stress Yourself Out at Night
Have you ever gotten so stressed late at night, such as after you got into an argument with your partner or you went over your bills, that it affected how well you slept? Do what you can to avoid situations that are going to stress you out in the evening and keep you up at night otherwise you might end up finding dark circles under your eyes in the morning.

Give your Bedroom a Makeover
You need a bedroom where you’re inspired to go to at the end of the day, and it also has to be a place that’s going to allow you to get the best sleep possible. For example, make sure your sheets and blankets are comfortable, that the room is set to a cool temperature, and that there are no lights shining.

vine vera banner presents Improving Your Sleep to Look Great in the Morning

Don’t Keep Looking at the Clock
Raise your hand if you have ever tried to get to sleep and couldn’t, glanced at the clock and got annoyed because you were still awake, then couldn’t get to sleep because you were so frustrated that you were still up and it got so late. Looking at the clock is just going to get you more aggravated, so one of the best things you can do is face your clock in a direction where you can’t see it.

Be Careful of What You Eat the Night Before
Eating the wrong foods in the evening could have a significant impact not just on how you sleep but on how you look and feel when you wake up. For example, if you eat something that doesn’t agree with you, it could keep you up at night and affect your sleep. Additionally, certain items such as salty snacks could lead to a puffy face in the morning. Those are just two of the reasons that it’s best to be careful of what you eat the day before.

Get Yourself Prepared For Bed
Many of us can’t just get into bed and fall asleep right away after running around handling our responsibilities, so in order to get great sleep, take at least an hour to prepare yourself for bed and get yourself settled. Maybe you can read a book, listen to some music, meditate, or take a bath, but whatever it is, it should relax you enough that you’re ready to sleep well.

Keep in mind that, when you’re adjusting your sleep, improvements might not happen overnight. Give your body at least a few days to see the positive changes and go from there.