The start of a New Year is a great time to focus on what we want to do differently. For many of us, this means looking at ways we can improve our well-being and building better habits for how we move, how we eat and how we sleep. Wellness expert Rachel Grunwell explains how healthy exercise and nutrition, go hand-in-hand with a great night’s rest.
When it comes to forming good habits for a restful sleep, what you do during the day is just as important as a healthy bedtime routine in the evening. Sticking to a few key well-being rituals helps us to feel more in balance, both mentally and physically, which paves the way for a deeper, more restorative sleep.
So, if you’re keen to make a good night’s sleep part of your wellness journey this year, try adding these healthy habits to your daily routine:
As you add these wellness rituals into your day, you’ll soon begin to feel more in balance, which along with the right bed choice, will lead to a restful night’s sleep. When you have a great sleep, you feel more inclined to stick to those exercise and nutrition choices the next day. It’s a wellness cycle that will fuel a healthier, happier 2021!
Rachel Grunwell is a wellness expert, speaker and author of Balance: Food, Health + Happiness, which showcases thirty global experts sharing science-backed health and happiness tools.
A qualified coach and yoga and meditation teacher, Rachel helps clients lose weight, get fit, and manage lifestyle factors to feel happier.
Rachel is an award-winning journalist who writes about wellness and is often on TV and radio, sharing wellness wisdom to help people thrive.
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