Do you feel that you sleep better during the holidays?
Summer break days mean slowing down, spending more time outdoors and lingering meals with friends.
Understand what changes in your sleep and how it influences your summer nights.
More exposure to sunlight
Sunlight helps to synchronize the biological rhythm and improve the quality of sleep.
Emotional decompression and mental relaxation are beneficial for the body, mind and naturally also to improve the quality of sleep.
Freely defining our own schedules and slowing down the rhythm help the body to rest in line with rest needs.
More social life
Leisure time and socializing with family and friends increase levels of oxytocin (the love hormone) and reduce cortisol (the stress hormone).
Now that you know what can help you sleep better in the summer, how about trying to maintain some of these habits after your holidays?