We all know that sleep is essential to our health, but according to the Harvard Business Review, your quality of sleep is actually more important than the food you eat!
I used to be that person who woke up every morning feeling super sluggish and resigned to gulping down coffee to get through my days. It took me a while to realize that this wasn’t normal. Restless nights meant weight gain, fatigue, dull skin, and an all-around lack of motivation to make healthy choices. My lack of sleep was holding me back from my wellness goals.
If you are reading and nodding your head, rest assured (pun intended) that you can get back on track by making a few simple tweaks to your bedroom. Here are 10 things I’ve added to mine that help me get quality shut-eye after seven years of insomnia: