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What are some healthy habits to incorporate into your evening routine to optimize your sleep?
On average, you’ll spend roughly one-third of your life sleeping. It’s when your brain gets rid of toxic waste and plaque build-up, converts short-term to long-term memory, reorganizes and repairs nerve cells, and so much more. That’s why when it comes to optimizing your brain, one of the best things you can do is optimize your sleep.
Today, I want to share the elements I’ve developed over the years that make up my nighttime routine. These are the habits I’ve built to help me wind down for a good night’s rest. This isn’t meant to be a one-size-fits-all routine. Find the elements that make sense for you and start there.
Getting a good night’s sleep is vital for a healthy brain and a good memory. It ensures you can not only bounce back from a difficult day but bounce forward into the next morning. And establishing a consistent nighttime routine is key. If you’re looking for ways to help you fall asleep faster to get deeper, more restorative sleep, this episode is for you.