Improve your sleeping rhythm🛌

Hey U! 


With the winter coming closer and closer, the temperatures are dropping, and the sun setting earlier, you might feel that your sleeping rhythm is also adjusting to the new season. To ensure your sleeping rhythm gives you the most health benefits, we wanted to provide you with the two essential determinants of a healthy sleep rhythm. 


Same bedtime every day🛌

Having a fixed sleeping rhythm increases the quality of sleep. How does a fixed bedtime affect this? By performing the same schedule before you sleep, your body connects the evening ritual to sleep. As a result, you will fall asleep faster and sleep deeper. Research has shown that your preference for a specific sleep time is partially genetically determined. This explains why there are morning and evening people. Bart is our night owl at NewU, while Gijs is an early bird. It is easier than ever to find a rhythm that fits your personal and biological preferences with all the work from home. 


Rise & shine🌞

When it is still dark and cold outside, do you snooze so you can take a few extra minutes in your warm bed? Try to wake up every day at the exact moment. After a week of waking up at the same time, you start noticing that you’re waking up before the alarm goes off. The challenge then becomes to beat the warm seduction of the blankets! 


Are you ready to improve your sleeping rhythm and start going to bed at the same time and wake up at the same time? You can find this and other healthy sleeping habits at NewU.


Looking forward to seeing you there!


Warm regards, 

Bart & Gijs from NewU