5 Reasons you are getting a bad sleep at Night

Bad sleep happens to everyone

How many times have you had trouble sleeping at night? Everything seems to be doing well yet you just cannot get yourself to sleep. You had done every errand you need to do and you cannot do anything else to make you even more tired and that is what makes you be even more frustrated. How many times have you already tucked yourself into your bed all warm and cozy but still not being able to sleep? How many times have you used your phone instead to help past time to make you more sleepy and eventually fall asleep? You have no idea what’s happening to your body.

We know that one time you may have tried taking sleep aid to help you fall asleep but you know that you cannot rely on taking these for the rest of your life. You need to take action. An action that will free you from bad sleep. To make you feel a little bit better, this happens to everyone. Once in a while, many people have trouble sleeping so cheer up and lighten up, you’ll get past this.

Reasons you’re getting bad sleep

As you have closed your eye shut for the millionth time this night, you are still wondering why you are not being able to sleep at night. You have rolled over your bed, lay sideways, on your back or on your chest but you still cannot get your self to sleep. Or how about when you finally were able to sleep at night but keep on waking up every other hour.

Here are the top 5 reasons why you are getting bad sleep or having trouble sleeping at night:

1. Stress

This is probably the number one reason why people are having bad sleep at night. We tend to overthink at night. Making up scenarios in our head like how we will end up with our partner, how will our exam be, how will the big presentation go, how will you live a life in a different home you are planning moving in to, how will you adjust to your 1st day of work as a fresh graduate, or maybe you have a huge problem that affects your life hugely and cannot stop thinking about it. Whatever it is, it is your own thoughts that will prevent you from sleeping.

2. Late-night exercise

As much as you do not have the time to work out every morning, it is best to just sleep early and wake up early for a healthy morning run than to run or workout after work. With this, you will only be getting less sleep than you are supposed to be having. After work out, your body will be pumping hard and will be very much awake that is why it will be extremely difficult for you to sleep a few minutes after your workout and thus giving you bad sleep.

3. Loud snorers

Sometimes, the culprit of our bad sleep is our snoring partner. As much as we love them we hate to sleep beside them. It’s annoying enough to be hearing their loud snore at the peak of your sleep. Sometimes, you are already having the night of your life but then a loud snore suddenly peeps in that wakes you up from the best dream you are just having. You could help your partner by giving them a sleep pillow that will help them to stop snoring and benefiting both of you.

4. Caffeine during the afternoon

As we all know, caffeine is what pushes us in the morning to have more energy. Caffeine wakes you up by fooling adenosine receptors. As adenosine is created in the brain, it binds to adenosine receptors. That is why coffee or tea is best to be consumed early in the morning for best and maximum results. That is why drinking coffee or tea late in the afternoon is not a great idea for you will have difficulty in having to sleep at night causing you a bad sleep because it is still working into keeping you wide awake.

5. Too much light

Are you guilty of using your phone right before you go to sleep? You just need one last scroll on your Facebook feed and you are good to go, right? But what if you are not. Too much blue light minutes before your bedtime help you to stay awake for a longer period of time. It is recommended to stay away from blue lights at least 2 hours before your bedtime, blue light includes your mobile phones, computers, laptops, and even your television. With this, you will no longer have to suffer from bad sleep.

You can now stop having bad sleep

Now that you know what is stopping you from having a good sleep, you can now practice these habits to free you from having a bad sleep. Everyone deserves a good night’s sleep after a long day. May it be a tough or an easy day, your body deserves to be well-rested so it can function well for you since our bodies are doing its best not to fail at every day of our lives.