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Are you one of those who have problems falling asleep even though it is past bedtime? Or do you struggle to have uninterrupted sleep throughout the night? Trying to sleep better during this worrisome period may be an uphill battle for many of us.
In a previous article, we shared with you where to find quality mattresses and pillows at affordable prices. In the same article, we also polled you on what you do to get a good night's sleep. Apart from getting a good mattress, many of you shared that you are looking for comfortable bedsheets as well. The majority of you look to exercising, teas to induce sleep or meditation apps to sleep better. Many of you have also requested more of such good deals, as well as alternative methods to sleeping better.
Because sharing is caring, we have in this article, different ways to achieve a good night's sleep. Read on for details and promotion codes. Sweet dreams and bonne nuit!
1. Get a comfortable mattress & pillow
For those of you who missed out on the previous sale from Emma Sleep, a bedding manufacturer which produces award-winning German-engineered mattresses, the current 9.9 sale may be the best time to score the best deals.
Good bedding is never complete without a pillow that supports your head and neck well.
Hurry, extra 9% discount at Emma Sleep ends today!
2. Invest in luxurious bedsheets
Key in code "EXTRA9" for extra 9% off sales at Robinsons.
Promotion until 12 September only.
3. Give meditation a try
Are you having trouble sleeping? Try Headspace, an app that offers a library of over 500 meditations from stress to resilience to compassion. On top of that, the app also provides you with relaxing sleep sounds, a focused music playlist and wind-down exercises.
4. Exercise regularly
5. Drink calming teas, 2 hours before bedtime
6. Try sleep aids
7. Use essential oils that induce sleep
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