How To Get The Best Sleep Ever & Sleep Peacefully Throughout The Night

Has Sleep Turned From ‘Friend’ To ‘Foe’?

For people who are having a hard time falling asleep, they may look at Sleeping Beauty with envy…sleeping peacefully, undisturbed for how many years! But people who are having trouble falling asleep need a practical solution to their sleep problem instead of 100-year curses.

Here are a few practical tips that should be followed first:

  1. Limit caffeine intake in the afternoon and evening (also sugary sodas!), as these can make your heart and mind race)
  2. Dim the lights, and turn off ALL cell phones and tablets.  Our brains are wired to stay engaged while staring at these screens.  Make sure to place blackout curtains over any windows that might be leaking in the light.
  3. Take a soothing bath, with a hint of lavender added. Add Epsom salts (found at local drug stores) and a touch of lavender essential oil to the bath water. The Epsom salts will help pull toxins out of your skin and muscles, and the lavender will signal your brain to relax.
  4. Make sure to schedule all of your workouts a minimum of 5 hours before bedtime. Oftentimes, working out too close to bedtime can cause the post-workout high to keep your brain from shutting down properly.
  5. Be sure to clear your sleep area of any extra noises.  If you share the bed with a partner or even pets, make sure their sleep routine does not interfere with yours. Be mindful of air fans, device that “hum”, night lights, anything that you could take for granted during the day, that could be causing you sleepless nights.  I once knew a person who owned a small dog and he insisted he had a sleeping disorder. It turns out, the small dog would walk on linoleum floors at night, and the dog’s toenails would “clack” and wake him up.

What Are The Next Steps If You Have Tried All Of These?

It can be really hard to function without a great nights sleep.  So if you have tried the tips mentioned above, and you are still having sleep issues, I want to introduce you to something that is helping thousands and thousands of people find sleep.  It’s a product called “Micromyst”.  It is a specially formulated product, a liquid spray taken at bedtime to guarantee a good nights sleep.

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Roasted Asparagus Recipes With Any Meal

How To Trim Asparagus
Roasted Asparagus, a spring-time favorite recipe, is easily made from a vegetable that is related to the fern family and is widely used in cooking because of its ability to grow quickly and provide numerous nutrients for the body.   Asparagus is eaten as a stand-alone snack or as a great compliment to any meat or fish dishes.  Here are a few of the most widely used recipes for cooking with asparagus.  How to prepare asparagus for cooking: gently run the asparagus under cool, clean water.  Gently but firmly snap off (or cut) the bottom one inch of the stalk and dispose of it.  Lightly pat the spears dry with a paper towel or clean kitchen towel.

Roasted Asparagus 
For roasted asparagus, you will want to pre-heat the oven to 425 degrees F.  Lay all of the spears out evenly on a flat baking sheet lined with foil. Using a basting brush, lightly coat all of the spears with a healthy olive oil.  Lightly sprinkle the spears with Himalayan sea salt and pepper to taste.  Bake the spears 12-15 minutes until desired softness of spears.   Remove from oven and let cool a few minutes before serving.  Enjoy!

Roasted Asparagus is a nutritious addition to any meal

Roasted Asparagus Parmesan 
Parmesan cheese is a great addition to baked/roasted asparagus.  The flavor of the cheese mixed with the fresh crunch of the asparagus spear is a savory treat not to be missed!  Luckily for us, it is simple to prepare.  Using the same directions as above, at the 12-minute mark or so, simply sprinkle the asparagus spears with the parmesan, and place back in the oven. 
Allow 1-2 minutes for the cheese to melt over the spears.

Roasted Garlic Asparagus 
Garlic is a yummy addition to many green vegetables! To prep for the roasted garlic, you will want to coat the spear with the olive oil then either baste them with minced garlic or sprinkle them with garlic salt.