Sleep is an asset we all need. Good sleep leads to a healthy and sound body. You would see that lack of sleep causes skin dullness, weakness and dark circles, which is not ideal for your wedding day when you ought to look spectacular.
It’s normal for the bride to feel sleepless months to her wedding ceremony. This is because of the stress of planning and working hard to make sure that your day comes out as a reality.
The great sleeplessness occurs a night to the wedding day. The bride will be filled with so much thoughts, worries, excitement and anxiety for her special day. The bride is meant to get enough sleep before her wedding ceremony.
Here are tips to make you get enough sleep before your wedding day.
Have a Light Supper
Eat a light low carb meal high in protein. Eating digestible food regulates sleeping.
Do Away With Your Phone
Your phone should be switched off at least forty five minutes to the bed time. It may be tempting to call or text your vendors but take it as rule. Avoid your phone minutes to falling asleep.
Have a Shower
Set out time to shower bed time. This helps in calming you down and reducing pre-wedding anxieties.
Create a Strict Rule
It might be hard but create a rule to go to bed at a specific period of time. You might have tons of call to make, arrangements and decisions to make but never stay awake beyond the fixed time.
Don’t Be Stressed Up
Going to work and planning your wedding day is a big task to do. It can make you stressed up and overworked at the end of the day. This is not good for the overall health.
Consider prioritizing your activities and having schedule to cater for your wedding planning.
Get Some Exercise
Good exercise such as the evening run and morning jog removes the nervous energy from your body. It is a way to release stress and utilizing the stored energy in your body.
Set time for yourself in a day to meditate and drive away all distractions from you. Sit in a comfortable place and with relaxed shoulders, take deep breaths and visualize your exceptional wedding ceremony with you looking elegant as the most beautiful bride!
Victoria is a seasoned journalist and blogger. Her articles and stories have appeared in New York Times, Huffington Post and Slate. When she’s not about town checking out weddings, she enjoys her life as a happy wife and mother.
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