If you took a look at Beddr’s Sleep Predictions for 2020, you’ll notice many good things on the horizon that may help you sleep better in the year(s) to come. Some of these include how doctors and other healthcare professionals are becoming more sleep-centric, sleep-specific data, and the evolution of sleep therapies. One key trend we observed was people taking a greater interest in their own sleep. If you are one and want to be at the forefront then start by learning more about sleep, identify what works best for you, and play an active role in achieving your true sleep.
As you reflect on your sleep and identify your pathway to sustainable improvements in sleep, you might consider creating a 2020 sleep resolution. You already know how poor sleep impacts so many aspects of your life so why not make it a focus for the new year.
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A few resolutions to consider:
- Understand your sleep/wake cycles
- Work with a sleep medicine professional to assess your sleep
- Learn how your daily habits, patterns and choices affect your sleep
- Find ways to get better data about your sleep to establish your baseline
- Learn how Beddr can help you find your true sleep
Looking for a place to get started?
I've put together this great list of tips to boost your sleep hygiene.
Advisor Dr. Brandon Peters on 7 ways to establish a nighttime routine for better sleep.
Here’s to a successful 2020 and to achieving your true sleep!