Sleep Challenge Day 4

Day 4 – Are your devices keeping you up at night?


Blue lights produced by electronics stimulate the nervous system and interrupt your circadian rhythm resulting in a “wired but tired” feeling that can tempt you to stay up late and negatively impact your body’s ability to fully recover at night leaving you feeling drained, overwhelmed and forgetful. 

Reduce your blue light exposure for a better night’s sleep by:

🚨 Setting an alert to turn off your devices at 9pm

📱 Turning on the “Night Shift” setting on your devices

🤓  Wearing blue blocker glasses 

Getting a good night’s rest is key to feeling your best 🤗

Join the #10by10sleepchallenge!!!

The goal of the challenge is to be asleep by 10pm ten nights in a row. Sleep is something everyone can do that doesn’t require any special foods, tools or resources, and with most places being shut down for #quarantine and #socialdistancing there’s no excuse to stay up, so why not get to bed early and take this time to boost your health.

Everyone who participates in the challenge will be entered to win an assortment of essential oils to promote rest with some tips as well as a free 30 minute sleep consultation from Leslie at Peace x Piece Wellness Coaching. 

Here’s how you can participate to win:

👉 Post proof of being in bed by 10pm each day in your feed or story

(example: screenshot a sleep tracker, clock or selfie with a timestamp)

👉  Tag me in your daily feed or story post

👉  Use the hashtag #10by10sleepchallenge in your post

👉  Optional: Tag friends in your post for extra entry points!

A winner will be selected by Friday, April 10th.

Are you game?

Let me know if you are below 👇 and tag an accountabili-buddy to do the challenge with you!

P.S. Remember to save 📌 this post for future reference to support your health and keep track of your rested level upon waking (scale 1-10) to monitor your progress 😉

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