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Set Your Mind Free For 2018 Resolutions With These 10 Home Organizers

Set Your Mind Free For 2018 Resolutions With These 10 Home Organizers

How often do you come home tired and then meet a disorganized bedroom or bathroom and just don’t have the energy to sort it out? With hectic careers and lifestyles, there is little time for organizing the house. Makeup strewed everywhere, the toilet in disarray, and a sink full of utensils can really add to the frustrations of the day. A few bad days like this and your mood is likely to take a bad beating.

Here at Lifehack, we have sorted out 10 best organisers for you. You can better organise your makeup, toiletries or kitchen appliances with these products and feel less frustrated from all the mess at home.

1. Jerrybox 360-Degree Rotating Makeup Organizer

    Easily store and access your makeup from one platform. This makeup organizer will hold 30 makeup brushes, 20 skincare products, and tens of different other items including eye liners, nail polish, and lipsticks. It has a 360 degrees silently rotating base.

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    2. Tospania DIY Cartoon Style Spiral Wire Protectors

      Protect your pricey Apple Lightning cable, USB chargers and other cables with this fun looking wire protector. This package comes with 3 spiral protectors in different colors, 1 cartoon organizer, and 1 glow in the dark pin protector. Each cable protector is 24 inches long.

      3. Umbra Flex Shower Caddy

        Store your bathroom accessories easily and within reach with this compact shower caddy. It will hold 4 large shampoo bottles. There are rubber band razor holders with knobs for easy access to loofahs. The ‘bottle collars’ hold bottles bottoms-up for easy dispensing. The shower caddy is designed to drain water to prevent mold growth.

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        4. Kitchenware Cutlery Drainer Rack

          Keep your cutlery mold free by storing them in this cute elephant shaped cutlery holder. The snout of the elephant drains all runoff water back into the sink, leaving your cutlery dry and safe. It can also serve as a pen holder, toothbrush holder, and flower pot.

          5. Shoe Slotz Space Saver

            Arrange your shoes easily and neatly with this shoe organizer. It will hold all shoe sizes and designs including stilettos and large-sized sneakers. This is made of durable poly resin and will easily fit into closets, shoe racks and can also be placed on the floor.

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            6. Storage Dynamics JB6032 Slide Out Storage Tower

              Create more storage space with this sliding storage tower. It will easily fit in narrow spaces like between the washer and dryer or different kitchen cabinets. This storage tower has 3 levels and measures 29 1/4″ high x 21″ long x 5″ wide easy to fit in narrow spaces around the house.

              7. Magical Thinking Artemis Wall Mounted Necklace Holder

                Hang your necklaces for easy access and beautiful display with this wall mounted necklace holder. It has 7 hooks from which you can hang necklaces, scarves, neckties and other strand-like light fashion accessories.

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                8. Umbra Sling Sink Caddy

                  Organize your washing accessories with easy storage on this sink caddy. It will easily attach to different faucet necks and sink walls. It will easily hold soaps, washing clothes, toothpaste etc. The material is rust and mold proof.

                  9. Baggins- Reusable bag holder

                    Store your empty grocery bags, sacks, socks and other foldable containers in this bag holder. The size is 8 x 14 x 22.5cm / 3.15 x 5.5 x 8.86 in. This bag holder will easily attaché to cabinet doors or walls for easy access.

                    10. K-cup carousel

                      Store and display your favorite cups and mugs with this cup carousel. It will hold 35 coffee mugs and the lazy Susan base rotates 360 degrees to access any mug easily. It measures 13 inches in height and 7 inches base diameter, easy to place on the countertop.

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                      How to Sleep Through the Night and Get Good Rest

                      How to Sleep Through the Night and Get Good Rest

                      “Healthy sleep is an essential part of our life as regular exercise and healthy diet”

                      . A good sleep directly affects our mental and physical health and also linked to better cognitive function, lower rates of inflammation and heart disease. It is also directly related to daytime energy, productivity, emotional balance, and even your weight. Contrary, people having poor sleep at night may have a higher risk of heart disease. It may also cause depression, confusion in day activities, anxiety and even memory loss.

                      Poor sleep may also lead to weight gain and increase disease risk in both adults and children. Much research also shows that poor sleep has instant negative effects on your hormones, exercise performances, and brain functions. Many people are facing sleeping disorders in the world and some of them even know about that. Also, many of us regularly toss and turn at night, struggling to get the sleep we need.

                      There are all kinds of things that can disrupt your sleep like your daily schedule, your working hours, certain medications, an uncomfortable sleep environment, or changes to your normal sleep schedule (like jet lag or a different work schedule) can make it harder to nod off, too.

                      Why Do I Keep Waking up at Night?

                      If you keep waking up at night, it could be caused by various things. Let’s take a look at some of the most common reasons:

                      1. Sleep Apnea

                      It is a serious sleep disorder that occurs when a person’s breathing is interrupted during sleep. This is a common reason for waking in the middle of the night. It causes shallow breathing, which may cause a person to wake up several times per night. Some people are not even realized that their sleep is interrupted or break. A person who has sleep apnea may notice symptoms such as:

                      • Headaches in the morning
                      • Gasping for air at night
                      • Daytime tiredness
                      • Snoring
                      • Difficulty concentrating during the day
                      Treatment and Remedies

                      If sleep apnea is a cause or likely to cause frequently waking up in the middle of the night, a healthcare provider/doctor will probably refer the person to a sleep center. They may also advise or recommend a treatment plan to address sleep apnea.

                      Best treatment options available are undergoing surgery, using airway pressure devices, or trying oral appliances that help open the airways.

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                      2. Insomnia

                      It means a condition wherein a person finds it difficult or impossible to fall or stay asleep or Waking up in the middle of the night is called insomnia, and it’s a common problem. People who have insomnia don’t feel as if they get enough sleep at night. It may have many possible causes like-stress, anxiety, depression, poor sleep habits, daytime tiredness, etc.

                      Its symptoms include:

                      • Difficulty falling asleep
                      • Frequent wake-ups during the night
                      • Waking up too early in the morning
                      • Daytime sleepiness
                      • Difficulty concentrating
                      • Irritability
                      Treatment and Remedies
                      • Start doing meditation or yoga
                      • Do not eat heavy or spicy meals before bed
                      • Doing regular exercise
                      • Do not nap during the day
                      • Make your bedroom conducive to sleep

                      3. Anxiety, Stress, Depression, or Worry

                      These can cause insomnia. Yes, it is so true that insomnia can cause because of these conditions. Both anxiety and depression makes it difficult for a person to calm their mind or shut down their thinking processes. This can make it hard for a person to fall asleep and stay asleep.

                      Treatment and Remedies

                      People suffering from these conditions should consult with their health care providers or doctors. Home remedies or techniques for anxiety and depression are:

                      • Playing/listening to soft songs or calm music.
                      • Exercising regularly
                      • Reducing the number of tasks to do
                      • Meditating
                      • Creating a calming environment in the bedroom

                      4. Consuming Caffeine Late in the Day

                      Caffeine is a tonic that can make it harder to fall asleep. A single dosage can increase focus, energy and sports performance.

                      However, when consumed late in the day, coffee stimulates your nervous system and may stop your body from naturally relaxing at night. So stop consuming more caffeine in a day to get better and calm sleep at night.

                      5. Your Exposure to Light

                      Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone controlled by light exposure that helps regulate your sleep-wake cycle. Your brain produces more melatonin when it’s dark—making you sleepy—and less when it’s light—making you more conscious.

                      Exposure to bright lights just before bed might affect your quality and quantity of sleep. So turn off all mobile screen lights before bed and avoid all artificial lights before bed, it helps you fall asleep at night.

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                      6. Indigestion

                      Eating some spicy food, junk food or unhealthy food just around bedtime can also create sleep issues. Indigestion causes uncomfortable bloating and gas make it difficult to fall asleep at night and even and it may wake someone up in the middle of the night.

                      To avoid the indigestion problem,  eat healthy and light food at night. If you want to eat heavy or spicy food, do it earlier in the day and not before or around bedtime. This may help you to have good sleep at night.

                      7. Your Bedroom/Sleep Environment

                      One of the possible reasons that you are not getting enough sleep is that your bedroom environment is not properly optimized. Factors include the temperature, noise, external lights, and furniture arrangement, etc.

                      You can improve the sleep environment by doing these:

                      • Minimize disturbing or external noises
                      • Keep it dark and cool
                      • Ban work from the bedroom
                      • Reduce light and artificial lights from devices like alarm clocks
                      • Make sure your bedroom is a quiet, relaxing, clean and enjoyable place
                      • Don’t overheat your bedroom temperature

                      How Do I Stay Asleep Through the Night?

                      To stay asleep through the night and get some good rest, start trying these:

                      1. Take a Warm Bath

                      Just before or around bedtime, take a warm bath, it helps to drop down the body temperature and may help you to feel tired. It can also help you to relax and calm and slow down, so, you are ready to go to bed. Studies show that they can improve overall sleep quality and helped people get more deep sleep.

                      2. Make a Habit of Regular Exercise or Can Do Meditation or Yoga

                      If you are spending your whole day watching TV, playing games on mobile phones or tablets, etc, it can make you lazy and inactive. And this usually makes it pretty difficult to fall asleep at night.

                      Active people tend to get better sleep at night.[1] Hence, by exercising or doing yoga, you can reduce stress and anxiety—which in itself might help increase sleep time by more than 20%.

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                      Don’t do exercise just before bedtime though, it could affect sleep.

                      3. Eat Healthy Foods to Promote Sleep

                      Make a habit of eating healthy foods and fruits and avoid eating spicy food, junk food.

                      To help you sleep better, you can eat these:

                      • Cherries
                      • Bananas
                      • Low-fat cottage cheese
                      • Salmon
                      • Toast
                      • Kiwi fruit
                      • Spinach

                      4. Improve Your Sleep Environment

                      As mentioned in the last section, a peaceful and good sleep environment sends a powerful signal to your brain that it’s time to wind down and let go of the day’s stresses.

                      Make sure your room temperature is not too cold or hot as it affects your sleep too.

                      To get good quality sleep, do these things:

                      • Keep your room cool
                      • Keep noise down
                      • Make sure your bed is comfortable
                      • Reduce all external noises like traffic noise, etc.

                      5. Create a Bedtime Routine

                      Going to bed and waking up at the same time every day helps to fall asleep quicker. And to bring that feeling of sleepiness, it helps to have a quiet bedtime routine.

                      Bedtime routines have two serve purposes: it is meant to be relaxing and calming, not so exciting, and it helps to form a behavioral association and gives signals to the brain to feel you sleepy.

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                      Here’s How to Build a Good Bedtime Routine That Makes Your Morning Easier.

                      6. Take Time to Relax and Calm Your Body

                      Take a deep breath before going to bed, calm and relax your body. It helps to reduce all-day stress and calm down your mind which may make you fall asleep fast. If you watch TV around bedtime or use mobile phones, switch it off for some time and calm yourself down before going to bed.

                      7. Rule Out a Sleep Disorder

                      An underlying health condition may be the cause of your sleep problems. One of the causes is sleep apnea which causes inconsistent and interrupted breathing, and disturbs your sleep at night. People with this disorder stop breathing repeatedly while sleeping. If you any have symptoms of this disorder, you must consult a doctor immediately.

                      The Bottom Line

                      Sleep plays a crucial part in your health. Conserving energy, healing the body, consolidating memories, and regulating emotions are some of the key reasons why we sleep. Studies say that due to inadequate sleep, obesity risk is increased in children by 89% and in adults by 55%.[2] Other research concludes that sleeping less than 6 hours per night enhances your risk of developing heart disease.[3]

                      So besides nutrition and exercise, sleep is a major pillar of overall health and well being, and you should take steps to ensure that you always get a good night’s sleep.

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