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- Creating or maintaining an evening routine to get your mind and body ready for a good night's sleep can help make all the difference when winding down. If you're finding it difficult to fall or stay asleep, try incorporating some of the following tips into your evening routine
- Try to avoid napping excessively during the day. We know how dangerous "relaxing on the couch" can be, but make sure you limit your downtime to not interrupt your regular sleep schedule.
- Get some exercise, even in moderation. While the gyms aren't open and we're confined into our homes, some simple physical activity can really make all the difference. Try some yoga, dancing, or easy-at-home workouts to get your heart pumping and blood flowing.
- Stay informed but limit your news intake. With everything going on in the world today and many questions unanswered, it's essential to have a good understanding of the current COVID-19 crisis, regulations, and updates. However, too much information can cause more harm than good, increasing stress levels that can directly affect sleep and relaxation.
- Cut down on screen time, especially before bed. Whether you're working from home, gaming, or bingeing your favorite show, do your best to give yourself a cutoff. Perhaps pick up some alternative low-stress activities like reading, playing your favorite podcast, or listening to some music.