Warning: This Post Will Cause Drowsiness
We hope this post helps you sleep better … not that it will bore you to sleep, but because it’s full of helpful information on how to improve your sleep.
Sleep will improve your mental and physical health, your performance at work, your relationships, and pretty much every aspect of your life, and it’s free! So let’s find out how to get better sleep!
Sleep Better This Summer
For teachers, summer is a time to recharge and enjoy quality time with your loved ones, but summer can come with all kinds of challenges to disturb your sleep. From the heat, changes to schedules, the temptation to nap and more.
Check out 8 Tips to Get Sound Sleep on Long Summer Days from healthline.com
Cosy Accessories to Help You Sleep
There have been no scientific tests on how these projects will help you sleep so we can’t guarantee they’ll improve your sleep but we guarantee that you and your students will love them!
Helping Children Sleep Better
Remember when adults told you “When you’re my age you will wish you could sleep more”?
Boy were they right! Now it’s your turn to be the annoying adult 😛
Child Mind Institute has some great advice on How to Help Kids Who Have Trouble Sleeping.
6 Steps to Better Sleep
“Many factors can interfere with a good night’s sleep — from work stress and family responsibilities to illnesses. It’s no wonder that quality sleep is sometimes elusive.”
“You miss 100% of the naps you don’t take.”