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What are the shipping options from Peter Alexander?
If you spend more than $150 on your order from Peter Alexander, you should qualify for free standard delivery. If not, you can use a Peter Alexander promo code to reduce the price of your order, and then choose between standard, express or international delivery. To read more about the cost of delivery, check the shipping page.
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Peter Alexander's Healthy Sleep Guide
As one of the few retailers who specialise in bedtime clothing, Peter Alexander have carved out a strong niche for themselves. After all, we all love sleep – and what better way to spend it than in a snug pair of pyjamas?
That got us thinking about how some people might struggle to fall asleep easily. That’s the last thing anyone wants. As such, here are 10 fantastic tips for anyone finding it challenging to drop off at bedtime.
1 - Yoga Before Bed
Yoga is growing ever more popular across the world, with an estimated 20.4 million people practising it in one form or another on a daily basis. But did you know it also has benefits for sleep?
The practice not only helps you to stretch , but also plays a significant role in relaxing the mind. That means there’s a greater release of melatonin in your brain. This is something directly related to improving sleep patterns.
2 - Listen to Soothing Music
A recent study found that 21% of all Australians who are trying to improve their sleep adopted a policy of listening to soothing music before bed. This represented the most common self-fix amongst those who were spoken to.
That makes sense, given another study which found that listening to this kind of music for 45 minutes before trying to sleep resulted in a more restful, deeper slumber.
3 - Don't Drink Coffee Before Bed
It’s hardly surprising that knocking back some caffeine directly before bed is a bad idea if you’re already struggling with snoozing. This chemical is a natural stimulant, causing you to feel more energised and awake. Coffee is how most of us will most commonly ingest it into our bodies, but chocolate, ice cream and cereal also contain high levels.
4 - Exercise During the Day
Exercising isn’t just a great way of staying fit, it can also have a positive impact on your sleep patterns. This is for two reasons.
Firstly, exercise increases the amount of serotonin in our brains. This directly impacts cortisol levels (the chemical which is most closely linked to our stress levels). Reduced stress means easier sleep.
Secondly, you’ll also find that being active in the morning means you’re far more tired when the evening comes. A lot of energy is burnt up during moderate-to-vigorous exercise routines, which can help your body to shut off of an evening.
5 - Find your Perfect Room Temperature
Make sure you room is at the optimum level of comfort for you. Generally, for most humans this sits at between the 60-75F mark. Also think about taking a warm shower beforehand. Your body will cool down in your room, which sends a message to the brain saying it’s time for sleep.
6 - Visualise Something That Makes you Happy
Studies have shown that imagining or visualising an image that brings you comfort has a massive impact on how well you’re able to sleep. This is a technique which has been tried and tested among a number of people who were suffering from insomnia.
7 - Get a Routine
Having a routine can also help. When your body begins to anticipate something happening at a certain time, you’ll go into a form of autopilot. You’ll subconsciously be aware it’s time to hit the hay, and begin the evening shutdown process without even realising.
8 - Read a Book
Rather than looking at a screen before bed, why not instead try diving into a good book? Bright lights have been shown to stimulate the senses and cause you to wake up. By contrast, the concentration expended when reading helps the brain to feel more lethargic, aiding the sleep process.
9 - The 4-7-8 Breathing Method
This breathing technique has been proven to work in times of stress, and can also help you to doze off quicker. It’s easy to do, just:
- Put the tip of your tongue behind your upper front teeth
- Exhale completely through your mouth
- Close your mouth and breath in through your nose for four seconds
- Hold your breath and count to seven
- Exhale and slowly let out all breath, this time for eight seconds
- Repeat the cycle a total of four times
It’s as easy as that.
10 - Try Using Proven Medication
While we wouldn’t suggest dosing up too heavily, there are some healthy and proven medical aids which can help you sleep more easily. Currently, there are as many as 18% of Australians using prescription drugs to help with snoozing.
Instead of using those, why not consider more natural methods? Things like supplements of magnesium, melatonin and theanine have all been shown to help.
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