Sleep Like a…Celebrity?
Babies often get all the credit for good sleep, hence the saying “sleep like a baby,” but in today’s celebrity-focused day in age, what’s it like to sleep like a celebrity? Any good habits we can take into our own bedtime routines?
While we’re sure it’s on a 5000+ thread count sheets, plush linens, and a California King bed, here are the best celebrity sleep secrets.
Actress Jennifer Aniston once confessed that she had troubles with insomnia and revealed that her number one secret to getting a good night’s rest is to keep her phone at least five feet away from her bed.
The singer swears by eight hours a night as her number-one beauty secret. She calls sleep her "weapon" and always makes time for it no matter what the day brings.
There is no doubt that Oprah Winfrey is one of the most successful women on the planet. Maybe the fact that she has a one bedtime constant, which became her habit, is part of success.
The "Watermelon Sugar" singer, 27, shared his own secret to better snooze via a statement in 2020: getting mindful. He called both sleep and meditation "a huge part of my routine, whether I'm at home, in the studio, or out on the road."
Grammy Award-winning singer needs 15 hours of sleep every night to keep her voice ready to go at all times. She also uses humidifiers.
To get a good night’s rest, Paltrow takes a bath each and every night. She says that salt baths “clear her bad energy,” which leads to a peaceful slumber.
Tom is known to sleep in a small, sound-proof room because he snores so loudly. This was a solution created by him and ex-wife Katie Holmes so that she could sleep peacefully in another room. He may want to give our anti-snoring mouthpiece a try.