Many suffer from nightmares and bad dreams during sleep, and this negatively affects ir mood throughout day.
But according to experts, we can control what we dream about, and re are ways to avoid nightmares and bad dreams. Sleep expert Teresa Cheung revealed how to avoid nightmares and have sweet dreams, by following a regular daily routine.
In her interview with British newspaper Daily Mail, Teresa recommends going to bed before midnight and sticking to regular bed and wake times, and a tenminute dip in bathroom is sufficient to prepare you for a quiet sleep all night.
Theresa says that changing your daily routine can trick your body into thinking it is suffering from permanent exhaustion, and that this leads to nightmares.
Research shows that people who took vitamin B6 before bed were better able to remember ir dreams, and had clearer insights during sleep, so Teresa recommends adding spinach or avocado to your diet to improve your dreams.
Stretching exercises encourage your body to relax and destress. The less stressed you are, better quality of your sleep and less likely to have bad dreams.
It is enough to spend ten minutes in bathtub before bed to improve quality of sleep and quality of dreams, and reason for this is that a warm bath helps reduce body temperature to stimulate sleep, and Teresa advises to take a warm bath an hour to two hours before going to sleep.
Staring at moon before bed helps you connect with your “inner self,” according to Teresa, as moon rules our intuition and dreams, so if you can see moon through your window at night, be sure to observe it and meditate on it for no more than 10 minutes. You cannot see moon, so you can replace it with a photo.