Want to sleep like your favorite celeb? They dish their tricks here!
We look up to our favorite celebrities when it comes to fashion and lifestyle most of the time because they just seem to have everything together all the time. Also, they often have a team of experts on hand for whatever woes they may have, so they might just have the answers we need if we need answers for the same things.
And since it's very likely that a lot of stars are also having trouble sleeping, they might just have the best tricks to help us get some zzz's as well. Want to give them a try? Here are a few tips we've rounded up from some of today's hottest celebs.
Being an all-around lifestyle guru, Paltrow is the woman to turn to when it comes to living your best life. She loves sleep and advocates for "clean sleep" which is a lot like clean eating, but, you know, for sleeping. It's very simple: you just need quality sleep. A solid 7 or 8 or even 10 hours a night is what she pushes for and honestly, we'd love to try that out as well. Her nightly ritual before bed? A nice bath with bath salts, scrub, and Epsom salt.
In a recent interview by Teen Vogue with the rising supermodel, Hadid says that she plays meditation music to get to sleep. “I recently started listening to meditation music, which makes me have a deeper sleep, even if I just have four hours,” she shares. She adds that she's usually knocked out by the fourth song since she's already very relaxed.
The Broadway and TV star while best known for belting out tunes is also known for her strict healthy lifestyle. This is why it shouldn't be surprising to find out that she's serious about getting a good amount of zzz's. Like the Goop, she takes a pre-snooze bath and sips some hot tea with lemon.She also starts her bedtime routine at 8 p.m. which can be very surprising for a young A-lister.
This diva's sleeping habits is so over-the-top that it has been recorded over and over again. If you've never heard of it before, you might be surprised to know what she needs 20 humidifiers in a room to get to sleep. Somehow it makes sense since cold, dry air isn't something that will help her pipes get the best rest, right?
The famous author has a very specific bedtime ritual including brushing his teeth, washing his hands, and making sure that all of the pillows are pointed at a single direction. This one's a very particular bedtime routine, but as they say, creative people have their own quirks and this feels like something that you can expect from the King of Horror.
It's not too uncommon for creatives to be insomniacs and the famous 19th-century novelist Emily Brontë is one. It's said that when she can't sleep at night, she walks around in circles around her dining table to invite sleep. This solution seems very fitting for someone as magical with stories like this lady, so we're also not too surprised.
For someone who has made great strides in the world of fashion, it shouldn't shock you that Karl Lagerfeld is very particular when it comes to his sleep. For one, he needs seven hours of sleep nightly. He also makes sure that his bedclothes are changed every day so they're always clean, fresh, and nice. We're guessing he's getting great sleep as he gets solid seven hours which is a rarity for a lot of people in the fast-paced fashion industry.
A multi-faceted celebrity, Huffington is possibly one of the reasons why sleeping better is becoming a thing right now. She's working hard to convince people to sleep better after she passed out from exhaustion in 2007. This is why she's very serious about getting enough shuteye that she's turned her bedroom into a "slumber palace" outfitted with a canopied bed with blackout curtains. Her bedtime routine consists of turning off her phone and plugging in all of the electronics in another room to recharge. She also takes a pre-snooze bath and only sleeps in clothes meant for sleep. She caps her day with a book to help her unwind and sleep. In short, she does the cliche yet highly effective bedtime routine and she's doing a whole lot better in the resting front.
If there's one thing that we can get out of this list is that there are different ways to approach sleep. The bottom line, however, is that you need to unwind before you climb into your bed so sleep can come naturally.Tags: