Sleep Well

Consistently getting a good night’s sleep is a crucial part of a person’s overall wellness – mind and body. Quality shuteye can help make it easier to retain information, maintain a healthy weight, improve mood, and support a strong immune system. 

The Monday Campaigns’ Sleep Well package is a 10-week series designed to provide users with all the information, expert-recommended practices, and techniques necessary to improve the quality of their sleep. Download all the graphics in the series to share with others or simply visit the links below to find wellness practices related to a different element of sleep, ranging from how to set up the ideal sleep environment to calming the mind to knowing what you should (and shouldn’t) eat before bed.

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Healthy Monday Sleep Well Package

Download all 10 social media graphics and GIFs included in our Sleep Well package for use in your own communications.

Start Sleeping Better this Monday

Getting the proper amount of sleep can dramatically improve your physical health and mental wellbeing. This Monday, learn about how quality sleep can benefit your cognitive functions, physical health, energy levels, and mood.
Explore the many ways you can pamper yourself into a more pleasurable pre-bed routine. By focusing on your sleep, you’ll wake up feeling refreshed, energized, and ready to take on the day. Here’s how to calm your mind for better sleep.
Dr. Pooja Amy Shah, assistant professor at Columbia University and sleep expert, offers three easy ways to create a comfortable sleep space. And don’t worry, you don’t need to be an interior decorator or whizz with a drill to apply them to your bedroom.
With a few simple practices and a little preparation, you can ready your brain for bedtime and improve the quality and duration of your sleep. This Monday, let the distractions slip away and keep the mind calm.
Not getting enough sleep? Instead of getting grumpy, try some deep belly breathing exercises this Monday to relax and get some rest tonight.
Progressive muscle relaxation is a method used for stress reduction that asks you to focus on specific muscle groups, tense them up, and then relax them. If you’re stressed this Monday, tense up – and then let go!
Research has shown that reading fiction is more effective at reducing stress than listening to music, sipping tea, and taking a walk. Start reading a new book on Monday and you’ll have a whole new world to hang out in all week!
Taking a technology break will recharge your brain and get rid of a lot of mental clutter. You don’t need to switch to a completely off-the-grid lifestyle, but you do owe it to yourself to unplug and give your brain a rest.
Moderate aerobic exercise increases the amount of slow wave sleep (also referred to as deep sleep) you get each night.
What we eat affects the quality and consistency of our sleep. Fruits, vegetables, legumes, and even spices all contain a complex array of nutrients that affect our bodies differently.