There is an Irish proverb that goes, ‘A good laugh and long sleep are the two best cures for anything.’ Sleep is often underrated. In the busy schedules of modern day life, most people don’t give enough importance to the optimum amount of sleep a human body & mind needs. So, on this World Sleep Day, here’s what you need to make sure that you  have a balanced sleep cycle for a healthy life.

Early to bed and early to rise

Your body needs minimum 8 hours of sleep to function properly. So, it’s best if you can practise a sleep cycle that starts early & ends early too. Have a light, early dinner and try to go to sleep by 9-9.30 pm, so that you can be up by 6 am and enjoy the day to the fullest! Late nights can hamper your sleeping pattern and your health in turn, while by sleeping till late in the morning, you miss out on enjoying the fresh & healthy morning air.

Tips and tricks for sound sleep

A good night’s sleep is as important for the body and mind, as is proper nutrition and daily exercise. For that, it’s best to avoid any kind of nap during the daytime. Cut down on caffeine in the later half of the day. You can also take a relaxing bath before bedtime, to help soothe your nerves and for a restful sleep. Make sure your mattress and pillows are comfortable, as ones that are not ergonomic can affect your back or shoulders and cause discomfort during sleep.

Nothing like some nice nightwear

Of course, cozy and comfy nightwear is an absolute essential for some sound sleep. Choose your night clothes with care, as they contribute largely to how you sleep. Ginger by Lifestyle has launched their new collection of chic and trendy nightwear that will make sure you sleep like a baby in absolute comfort! From pyjama sets to trendy night dresses to shorts and tees, these soft & comfy night clothes are wardrobe essentials you can’t do without.

So, this World Sleep Day, head over to Lifestyle and get yourself some trendy nightwear so that you can sleep away to glory in utter comfort! After all, as the Dalai Lama had said, “Sleep is the best meditation.”

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