What Successful People Do Before Bed: Good Habits

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Try­ing to unrav­el the for­mu­la for suc­cess, many peo­ple care­ful­ly study the biogra­phies of peo­ple who have reached great heights in their careers. Despite the fact that every­one has their own secret of suc­cess, it is use­ful to learn some of the nuances and habits from the life of suc­cess­ful peo­ple. For exam­ple, about their advice before going to bed. Here are a few of them:

To cook breakfast

To cook breakfast

With­out a full break­fast, it is dif­fi­cult to tune in to a pro­duc­tive day. But in the morn­ing there is often not enough time to pre­pare it. There is a way out — to cook it, or at least part of it, already in the evening. For exam­ple, you can boil por­ridge to warm it up lat­er in the microwave or make sand­wich­es. In the morn­ing it will be nice to real­ize that break­fast is already ready, and there is time left for oth­er things.

Read quotes

The habit of read­ing before bed is won­der­ful. But in addi­tion to read­ing fic­tion, it is use­ful to be inspired by famous quotes and well-aimed apho­risms. And not only in order to, if nec­es­sary, beau­ti­ful­ly insert them into a con­ver­sa­tion or pub­lic speak­ing. Some phras­es have mirac­u­lous moti­va­tion, charg­ing a per­son with deter­mi­na­tion and faith in their own vic­to­ry.

Watch TV shows in a foreign language

This is a very nec­es­sary activ­i­ty for those who study a for­eign lan­guage, with­out knowl­edge of which it is dif­fi­cult to suc­ceed in the mod­ern world. In addi­tion to gram­mar cram­ming, read­ing and con­ver­sa­tion exer­cis­es, it is very effec­tive to rein­force vocab­u­lary and phrase build­ing by lis­ten­ing to native speak­ers. The most inter­est­ing and eas­i­est way to do this is by watch­ing for­eign films or TV shows. It is bet­ter to do this before going to bed, when the brain absorbs and remem­bers infor­ma­tion well.

Do roller exercises

Pilates has become very pop­u­lar these days. It is based on stretch­ing and relax­ation exer­cis­es for var­i­ous mus­cles of the body. Par­tic­u­lar­ly effec­tive and at the same time sim­ple are exer­cis­es using a roller rolled up from a reg­u­lar foam mat. It is enough to spend about 10–15 min­utes before going to bed on class­es with a video in order to prop­er­ly relax the body and tune in to a healthy, sound sleep. You can lie on the roller with your back and roll it first ver­ti­cal­ly, then hor­i­zon­tal­ly. With it, you can stretch the mus­cles of the legs, arms and but­tocks. The soft foam pad mate­r­i­al reduces mus­cle fatigue and sore­ness that occurs after a tough fit­ness work­out or a hard day at work. Roller exer­cis­es can be a great relax­ing rit­u­al before bed.

Snack before bed

If you have to come home late, do not go to bed on an emp­ty stom­ach. The feel­ing of hunger can pro­voke insom­nia. Sure­ly, many peo­ple before going to bed drank a glass of milk with cook­ies. This habit is also true for adults. About half an hour before bed, it’s good to snack on light foods that are rich in pro­tein and com­plex car­bo­hy­drates: yogurt, cheese, whole grain crack­ers, or mues­li. The fact is that dairy prod­ucts con­tain tryp­to­phan, which, when com­bined with slow car­bo­hy­drates, stim­u­lates the for­ma­tion of sero­tonin and mela­tonin. These hor­mones help to tune in to healthy sleep. How­ev­er, you should not get car­ried away with snacks at night — a full stom­ach pre­vents you from falling asleep no less than an emp­ty one.

Catching inspiration

Catching inspiration

To get a good dream and recharge your cre­ative ideas before going to bed, you can watch some­thing inspir­ing. These can be web pages with orig­i­nal exam­ples of design, paint­ing, pho­tog­ra­phy and oth­er arts. Such habits are use­ful not only for peo­ple of cre­ative pro­fes­sions — beau­ti­ful and tal­ent­ed cre­ations charge with pos­i­tive ener­gy, inspire a vari­ety of ideas and set you up for suc­cess.

Analyze and plan

Not a sin­gle busi­ness per­son can do with­out the habit of plan­ning tomor­row in advance. It is more effec­tive to do this at the end of the work­ing day, and prefer­ably in a calm atmos­phere before going to bed, so that noth­ing dis­tracts from impor­tant thoughts. To begin with, it is worth ana­lyz­ing the past day and not­ing what was missed or done incor­rect­ly. It is impor­tant to under­stand why this hap­pened in order to avoid such mis­cal­cu­la­tions in the future.

The habit of dreaming

This habit has a lot of fans and even among very suc­cess­ful peo­ple. It is best to dream before going to bed — it calms, relax­es, sets you up for a sound sleep and inspires you to achieve your goal. Some­times, by dream­ing, you can find new prospects for pro­fes­sion­al and per­son­al devel­op­ment, get to know your moti­va­tions bet­ter and tune in to suc­cess.

Take up meditation

Usu­al­ly this is done in the morn­ing. But evening med­i­ta­tion helps to relax and improve sleep. The right atmos­phere will be cre­at­ed by a few light­ed can­dles, pleas­ant incense, sooth­ing music or sounds of nature, soft pil­lows. From the TV and elec­tron­ic gad­gets for the dura­tion of med­i­ta­tion should be aban­doned. Left alone with your­self, you need to dis­con­nect from exter­nal stim­uli and every­day prob­lems. Close your eyes, relax, breathe even­ly and deeply. Try to lis­ten to your­self, to under­stand your thoughts and feel­ings more deeply. This prac­tice calms well, improves brain func­tion and helps to work on one­self more effi­cient­ly.

enjoy the memories

enjoy the memories

Just like the habits of dream­ing, med­i­tat­ing, and look­ing for inspi­ra­tion, immers­ing your­self in pleas­ant mem­o­ries before bed­time is no less use­ful. This not only calms well, relieves stress, but also gives a lot of pos­i­tive emo­tions that strength­en a person’s ener­gy, his strength of mind. You don’t have to spend every night rem­i­nisc­ing. Enough nos­tal­gia two or three times a week. One of the best ways to evoke mem­o­ries is through music. Most mem­o­rable events in the life of every per­son are asso­ci­at­ed with a cer­tain melody. Thanks to the world­wide net­work, you can find almost any song and enjoy it, remem­ber­ing pleas­ant moments.

Do self-massage

For many peo­ple, by the end of the work­ing day, their legs often ache and hurt. A light self-mas­sage of the legs before going to bed will help get rid of such dis­com­fort. As a cos­met­ic prod­uct, you can use slight­ly warmed, nat­ur­al oils of coconut, almond or olive. This will improve blood cir­cu­la­tion in the legs, reduce their inflam­ma­tion and relieve ten­sion in the body — after all, key points asso­ci­at­ed with the whole body are locat­ed on the soles of the feet. Before the mas­sage, it is good to take a sooth­ing bath or sim­ply soak your feet in water with sea salt and essen­tial oils of laven­der and mint.

By Yraa

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