5 sense-calming rituals you can do before bed

Sleep plays an essential role in recharging your body and mind so that you can face the day feeling refreshed and ready to go.

Let’s go over the 5 sense-calming rituals you can do before bed.


A small sip of chamomile tea to help you dive into a sleeping state faster. The antioxidant apigenin in chamomile may help you calm down and drift off to sleep, which can be helpful for people who have trouble sleeping.


Light down your bedroom for a melatonin boost. The sleep-inducing hormone melatonin is produced in response to darkness. It also aids in keeping you asleep throughout your entire sleep cycle.


Light up your organic soy wax candle for the aromatic scent of relaxation. Because of the way the brain’s olfactory system is hardwired into our reminiscence and emotion pathways, some aromas may swiftly take us back to a certain time and place. It may be helpful in the hours before bedtime and throughout the night to create a bedroom atmosphere that is more favourable to falling asleep and staying asleep by diffusing pleasant, calming, and relaxing aromas.


Sink into the silky, fairly comfy mattress for a peaceful night’s sleep. The quality of your sleep is significantly influenced by your core body temperature. To minimise tossing and turning at night, pick out some mattresses made from a material that’s soft to the touch and can help reduce extra heat and generate moisture.


Turn on soothing music for your peaceful mind as a mental lullaby before bed. Possibly because it lowers cortisol, listening to music has a calming effect, relieves stress, and promotes restful sleep. Music also has an effect on the autonomic nervous system. Slower breathing, heart rate, and blood pressure all help you sleep better. 

Rest deeply and embrace the freshest energy for nights at RAKxa Wellness.