The secret of the Queen’s healthy life has been uncovered after people began to discover the Queen’s bedtime and exercise routine.
Her Majesty, 95, has always been fit and healthy due to her dedication towards good sleep and exercise habits.
Fans are curious to know how their secrets increased by 136 percent as a search for their healthy habits on Google.
The first part of the Queen’s bedtime routine doesn’t seem very health-conscious as Her Majesty often enjoys a glass of champagne before bedtime.
Her usual favorites for a tipple are Bollinger, Krug, Lanson and Pol Roger which are all reportedly stocked at Buckingham Palace.
Although drinking alcohol can feel bad, according to sleep and health experts, a small glass can encourage relaxation so you can have less disruptive sleep.
This helps the Queen get 8.5 hours of sleep a night, which also required her and late husband Prince Philip to sleep in separate beds to avoid disruption.
It is also said that the queen enjoys waking up to a bowl of Special K with fruits before focusing on a diet of mostly fish and vegetables.
At her age, Her Majesty also recognizes the importance of staying active and enjoys taking short walks to help keep herself as fit as possible.
Light, daily exercise is a useful way to release endorphins, which can lead to a more restful night’s sleep.
Research by EveryNight.com has suggested that it is because of her active lifestyle and sleeping patterns that she has been able to live and reign as queen for so long.
They also found that the Queen has the most popular royal sleep and exercise routine, surpassing Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle in searches.
The Queen’s bedtime routine and exercise habits garnered 136% more interest than the sleep and workout routines of all the royals surveyed, and 78% more than Kate’s, whose sleep and exercise habits were second online. arouses the greatest interest.
Each Night.com analyzed Google Trends data for the sleep and exercise routines of prominent members of the royal family, to find out who got the most searches.
The study created an index ranking that scores each royal’s sleep and workout routines, based on the average interest generated in 2021.
According to EveryNight.com, the queen can attribute her long life to her active lifestyle and sleep hygiene.
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A spokesperson for EveryNight.com said: “The Queen sleeps 8.5 hours a night, which is well within the healthy sleep range of an adult in the UK, who should get 8-9 hours a night, and impressive considering her busyness.” schedule during his reign.
“To sleep alongside the Queen, you should make sure you go to bed at the same time every night (His Majesty retires at 11 p.m.), which will automatically train your body to feel sleepy. As you reach your scheduled bedtime, better ensure a good night’s rest.”