Whilst you're getting that good
night's sleep your body is working hard to repair itself and
prepare for the day ahead. Making sure you're hydrated before
bedtime most importantly helps you get a good night's sleep, but it
also helps add to your glowing complexion and can even aid weight
loss.


Keeping your body hydrated is one of the most
important things to keep yourself healthy inside and out. With
temperatures set to soar this week hydration is more important than
ever.


Hydrating


Here are five ways to get into the habit of hydrating
yourself before bed:


Water is your best friend…


Did you know that the human body is
made up of over 60 per cent of water? 


We lose a significant amount of
water as we make our way through the day. A glass of water before
bed will not only replace lost moisture, but it will also flush out
unhealthy toxins within the body whilst your
sleep. 


Get fruity…


While some health experts argue that
fruit isn't the best snack to eat before bed, eating fruit may not
be so bad after all as it can help towards hydrating the body
before bed. Cherries not only give you extra moisture but they
contain melatonin which helps regulate your sleep cycle.


Decorate your room…


Placing bowls of water around your
bedroom preferably near your bed or radiator, can help eliminate
dry air and bring some well-needed moisture into the room. Placing
a glass of water next to your bed before you go to sleep can also
help reduce the dryness of skin. See how else you can hydrate your
skin by removing your makeup before bed
here.
 


Olive oil isn't restricted to the
kitchen….


Olive oil is both affordable and a
great natural hydrator. Lathering your body with olive oil quenches
the skins thirst. You can also place it on your hair from roots to
tips, applying this before bedtime means that you won't be seen
with greasy looking hair and the oil can work it's magic whilst you
sleep. 


Coconuts are food for your
mood….


Coconuts in their many forms have
multiple benefits including improving your mood and hydration
levels. Coconut water contains electrolytes making it a fantastic
hydrator, if you are feeling grumpy a few hours before bed a glass
of coconut water could make a change in your energy levels and
concentration, preventing a restless night's sleep.


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