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Tips for Better Sleep to Up Production: Top 6 Ways

It seems nowadays that most people will always have good intentions about their goals. They mean to accomplish a big list of tasks every day, but sometimes it just doesn’t work out.

Usually, the problem is that the person lacks sufficient motivation to reach their goals. This does not have to always be the case! You can work on upping your production levels and further developing your motivation to achieve tasks.

One way that you can do this is by improving the quality of sleep that you are getting every night. There are many factors that impact the quality of sleep, and we will be reviewing a few of them.

How Does Good Sleep Impact Production?

When you are sleep deprived, you might not have enough energy to get through your day. You will start to zone out at work, and become unfocused.

This is particularly evident when you are doing a job that requires constant concentration. As well, your accuracy and speed will decrease the more tired you are.

If you are working at the computer, for example, this means that it will take you much longer to search for what you are looking for.

Another way that sleep impacts production is through memory. If you are getting enough sleep every night, it is more likely that you will have a better memory function, and can retain knowledge longer.

This is very helpful in the workplace because it will assist in your problem-solving abilities and your decision making.

With more sleep, you will also be less likely to stress about work related issues during your leisure time. You will be better equipped to separate work time from personal time if you are getting the proper amount of sleep.

1. Being Too Warm During Sleep

One of the main reasons that people do not get a good sleep is because they get too warm during the night. They become uncomfortable and kick off the covers.

As well, they may suffer from night sweats, which can keep them awake for hours. The reason for this excess heat is because their body temperature is penetrating into your mattress, and reflecting back at you. Luckily, there are a variety of different methods for controlling your body temperature while you sleep.

2. Cooling Mattresses

A cooling mattress is specifically designed to reduce the amount of heat that you feel during the night. It works to moderate the temperature, so that you feel cool and refreshed while you sleep.

Mattresses that sleep cooler come in a variety of different forms and materials. For example, they can be made with traditional coil springs, latex, gel, and poly foams. Memory foam is typically not used in a cooling mattress, as its density tends to add heat to the user.

If you are considering a cooling mattress, you can do some research on a particular product’s ability to disperse heat. Copper is a good material for dispersing heat efficiently.

As well, you can also look into whether the cooling technology in the mattress is close to the sleeper or not. This will make a difference in how cool you will stay during the night.

3. Cotton Sheets

When you are selecting sheets for your bed, do not just pick the first ones that you see. Certain materials are better able to regulate temperature, and therefore should be chosen if you are getting too warm while you sleep.

For instance, lightweight cotton is a great choice because it is so breathable.

You can use cotton sheets and experience ventilation and proper airflow through the material. This will help keep you cool because you are not trapped under sheets made of a heavy material.

4. Wear fewer Clothes During Sleep

Some people will simply refuse to go to sleep without their fleecy wool pajamas. They like feeling warm and cozy during the night, so this is what they tend to opt for. However, this is not a good option for people who overheat during the night.

Try switching to cooler sleeping clothes, such as loose cotton shirts and shorts. You could even sleep without wearing clothes, in order to combat the excessive heat.  

5. Unplug Electronics

Many of us have numerous gadgets plugged in during the night. They might be charging, or they might just always remain connected in case we want to use them.

Having all these electronics connected in the bedroom will definitely raise the overall temperature of the room and also affect your quality of sleep.

If you are not using your electronics, try unplugging them for the night before you go to sleep. This may help reduce the amount of heat in the bedroom, and in the house overall. As well, this will also save on your electricity bill, which is a nice perk!

6. Change Your Bed

If you have tried some of the simpler methods of cooling down during sleep and still are not achieving your desired result, it might be time to up the effort.

Another less common method you could try is exchanging your bed for something that has better airflow. For example, some people set up hammocks inside their house to sleep on during the night.

You will get air coming in from each side, which may make it easier for you to fall and stay asleep.

Conclusion

People will sometimes become bogged down by everyday trials. They will get caught up in tedious daily activities, and forget that they have the potential to do so much more than that.

Most people are not operating at their full capacity and just need a bit more motivation to keep reaching higher. Improving the amount and quality of sleep that people get is an important step in combating the de-motivation in people.

Reducing the excess heat that keeps sleepers awake at night is a good first step. This does not have to be a difficult task. First, try attempting some of the easier ways to stay cool and dry.

If those don’t work, try experimenting a bit more with something you wouldn’t normally do. Who knows, it might be the very thing that you have been looking for!

Vishnu Verma

Hey champ, I'm the day dreamer behind Calling Dreams who loves his dreams and compelling people to do so, I'm so mean! Follow me on Twitter.

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