6 Things That Can Help You Sleep Faster & Better

6 Things That Can Help You Sleep Faster & Better

With our super hectic lifestyle, a night of restful and deep slumber may seem like a far-fetched dream. Nothing less than 8 hours of undisturbed sleep is ideal for most adults. But are we able to have a sound slumber throughout the night? A study conducted by NCBI shows that 84% of the Indian population is suffering from some type of sleep disorder. 

The struggle to fall asleep is quite real. Sleeping well facilitates the healing and restoration of our bodies during the different stages. Lack of proper rest can severely affect our body, mind, and overall well-being. There are a few things we prefer to have or do in order to have a cozy and comfy snooze. 

We have listed a few things that you can have to get a peaceful sleep at night:

1. Cozy Comforter For Snuggling

Snuggle & cuddle to snooze with the perfect all-weather comforter that is ideal to use all year round.

2. Relaxing & Sleep inducing Fragrance

Sleep soundly with the all-natural fragrance of Eucalyptus, Mint, and Lavender extracts. A spray of Zen mist will let you relax and fall asleep faster.

3. Breathable & Skin-friendly Sheets

Soft & breathable fabric is the ideal choice for beddings, it does not irritate the skin at all. High GSM fabric in our Bedsheet set ensures durability and a luxurious experience while sleeping.

4. Proper Head & Neck Alignment

Maintain a perfect head-to-neck & shoulder alignment with an ergonomically designed pillow. A memory foam pillow not only supports the head optimally but also provides a comfortable base.

5. Bed For Maximum Comfort Sleep

The best nap time is archived when there’s all round comfort. The right bed & mattress plays a huge role while we are resting. Find a mattress that fulfills your needs in terms of comfort, support, and durability.

6. Optimal Lighting In The Room

A darker room will more unlikely make you fall asleep faster. Ensure to block out the lights outside using blackout curtains for deep and continuous rest.


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