Whatever you do before bedtime tends to have an impact on your mood and energy level the next day. This is something that is highly understood by successful people. Their success starts and ends with entirely depend on their mental and physical health that is why a bedtime routine is a key ritual for so many of them.
Following is the list of what some of the highly successful do before going to bed.
The co-founder of Microsoft Bill Gates always set aside one hour for reading books before going to bed. His aim is to finish a book every week and keeps on suggesting books to other people that he thinks are worth reading.
The COO of Facebook Sheryl Sandberg likes to turn off her phone before sleeping. Although it’s difficult for her to get disconnected this way but it is really important for her to get quality sleep.
This is the woman who manages to continue with numerous careers. she is an actress, talk show host, producer, business women, etc. but still dedicates her time before bed for meditation.
A tight sleeping routine is followed by the former editor-in-chief and co-founder of the Huffington Post Media Group. She takes a hot bath, turn off her all electronic devices, and read a book.
She is not only an actress but also the co-founder of Goop, the lifestyle website. She does not eat after 8 p.m. until the 8 a.m. the next morning and recommends a foot massage before going to sleep.
The CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, Elon Musk likes to avoid caffeine six hours before going to bed.
The American Express’s CEO and Chairman Kenneth Chenault, likes to make a to-do list for eth next day before going to bed.
Spending all day with music, the world renowned rapper Eminem likes to turn off all lights and make the room less noisy for getting a good night sleep.
The former President of United States likes to watch an episode of The Daily Show with his daughters before going to bed.
Being an athlete, Michael Phelps likes to sleep in a bedroom environment that mimics a high altitude. It forces his body to work harder for supplying oxygen to his muscles because of the decreased amount of the oxygen in the room.