The number one solution to getting your hair back to a healthy state is by getting more sleep! The CDC recommends seven to eight hours of uninterrupted sleep for adults. If you’re having trouble sleeping, perhaps the below tips can help you.
First, be consistent with your bedtime and ensure that your bedroom is clutter and light free. Eat nutritious foods like fruits and green vegetables. The less you sleep you have, the more likely you are to eat junk foods with no nutritional value. To help out with stress, try meditation or yoga to quiet and clear your mind. Finally, avoid using devices before bed unless it’s reading. Turn on the “blue shade” or the “ night” option on your devices to block out blue light and make it easier to sleep.
If you love your hair and we know you do, give it the TLC it deserves.
Author Bio: Lisa is a freelance writer from North Carolina who regularly writes sleep health articles for Mattress Advisor. The more she’s researched sleep, the larger her passion has grown for understanding the connection between sleep and beauty. When she isn’t writing, she loves doing hair for bridal parties on the side.
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