Tips To Boost Sleep for Internet Marketing Specialists

If you are a full-time internet marketing specialist, then there is a good chance that you are fulltime self-employed and that you work from the comfort of your home. This is one of the most noticeable advantage to this kind of work and it is amazing the freedom that it gives to you.

But the problem is that it can actually become too much freedom for some people. You can find yourself missing the regimented nature of working the nine to five job in some ways and find that this does impact your life in some mild negative ways.

The biggest one? Finding yourself waking up at 10 am or later every morning and ending up working late in the evening as a result! If you want to be more productive and have the time to enjoy your life outside the work, then you need to stick to a more pre-planned routine.

Here are some tips on how to do that:

Consider Supplementation

Certain supplements can give you a huge boost in performance and allow you to accomplish much more. One of those supplements is magnesium threonate, a form of magnesium that reach the brain more readily. The reason this supplement is so good for better sleep, is that magnesium relaxes the body and is also known to make people dreamy. The magnesium can also be found in milk and that is one of the things that makes it a great sleeping aid! It also enhances learning, so that is no bad thing!

Regulate Your Temperature

Right temperature can be one of the big challenges when you try to get to sleep and stay there. One way to fix this factor is to make the room a bit cooler, as we sleep much better when it is cool rather than hot. Another good tip is to have a bath just before the bed time. This will help your muscles to relax, as well as regulate your temperature better.

Use a Daylight Lamp

A daylight lamp is a light element that comes on gradually in the morning as an alarm clock goes off. Better yet, the light that these lamps produce is a closer wavelength to the light made by the sun. This will help you to gradually wake up in the morning and get you out of sleep. What is also a big plus, when you do wake up, it will be already light – thus making it easier to get up and  the amount of ‘sleep inertia’ on your face will be reduced.

Take Time Out Before Sleep

Another good tip is to take some time out before bed time. Specifically, take a time out from work and from all the devices – phones, computers and other technology that creates the white light. This also creates light very similar to the light from the sun but in this case, that’s bad news as we are getting ready for night time. In short, this troubles your biological clock, making it tough to get to sleep. This is made even worse by the fact that we are associating technology with work and shooting things! Avoid all technology and read a book instead for 30 minutes. That will definitely help you to get to sleep easier!