By Namrata Arora Last Updated:
Not only is the wedding the most important and happiest day of a bride’s life, but it also is the most hectic and tiresome one. And no matter how hard she tries, it is impossible for her to de-stress and get some good sleep in the midst of all the hustle and bustle. But a few lifestyle changes, if adopted well before the wedding day, can help you set a superb sleeping cycle that will get you your required beauty sleep every night.
So, if you too want to look radiant and de-stressed on your wedding, here are some tips that will help you get a good night’s sleep before your big day.
Because it does not help you sleep better whatsoever. It rather dehydrates your body and skin, making you look dull and hung-over the next morning.
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Light exercises during the day, improve the body's metabolism and helps you sleep better. And what’s more, you move towards a slimmer, healthier and fresher lifestyle routine.
As it makes you sleep fade away, and compels you to be awake longer. Instead, read a little before hitting the sack.
Be it a comfortable mattress that makes you sink in it, cosy linen or anything else, invest in such items without a second thought.
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Breathing exercises increase the oxygen flow in the cells. The body feels more relaxed and mind becomes more calm. Meditating in the morning and before sleeping or even chanting for that matter, helps soothe your mind and soul, and makes you sleep better.
Caffeine present in tea, coffee and some after-meal chocolates also hinders your sleeping pattern. And so, it must not be consumed after 4 pm in the evening.
Keep all the gadgets away, at least 30 minutes before you plan to call it a night as they emit a blue light that makes your sleep disappear. It also stresses your eyes, thus, making them weaker.
As soon as you lie down, your mind becomes quite active and starts to think of ten things at one time. Use your mind’s hyper energy to plan what all you need to do the next morning and make a to-do list for your big day.
Looking at your wall clock again and again, wondering why you are not able to sleep will make your mind even more anxious. Instead, look away, close your eyes and think of nice things; your honeymoon for instance.
So that there is no need for you to wake up at night to drink water, in case your body feels dehydrated because of all the stress and tiredness.
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Letting your skin breathe in soft and light fabric materials ensures you have a pleasant sleep all night long. Hard clothing hinders your sleep by making you uncomfortable.
Or, a dip in a warm bathtub, which will help soothe and calm your body and mind. It will not only give you a good night’s sleep, but also make all your body aches and pains vanish.
Just because some amount of UV rays are considered important for the body and brain. The sun is responsible to reset your internal clock that gives you a good sleeping pattern.
Just switch off your mind from all the planning and stress after say, 7 pm, in the evening. After that, just spend time with your family; laugh, eat, drink, dance. In short, simply de-stress yourself!
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With bright lights on, the brain gets a signal that it is daytime and hence, the release of the hormone melatonin that makes the body sleep, is suppressed.
So just relax, unwind and follow these easy-to-follow lifestyle changes for a blissful night’s sleep before your hectic wedding day the next morning. You can also tag your partner to help them follow these rules and thank you later for it!
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