According to a new study, Queen Elizabeth’s bedtime routine and exercise habits are 136 percent more interested in the sleep and workout routines of all members of the royal family than all members of the royal family. The research, each night by, 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.
The Queen is renowned for the longevity and continuity of her reign, as she would have been on the throne for 70 years in February 2022.
According to sleep and health experts in each night, this could be due to his active lifestyle and sleep hygiene.
A spokesperson for Each Night spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk about the Queen’s sleep routine.
He said: “His Majesty sleeps eight and a half hours a night, retires at 11 pm and wakes up at 7.30 am.
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“This means he gets more than an hour of rest than the average UK person, which is just 6.19 hours a night.
“It also puts him well within the healthy recommended amount of sleep for an adult (seven to nine hours a night),” the expert said.
Advice has been given to achieve the same sleep routine as Her Majesty the Queen every night.
He continued: “To sleep like a queen, you must go to bed at the same time and wake up at the same time every day.
“Our bodies follow a circadian rhythm that relies on regular patterns of sleep and wakefulness for optimal health.
“Also, a fixed wake-up time helps you sleep better at night because waking up regularly creates a strong urge to sleep in the evening.
“The Queen and her late husband Prince Philip also had a highly effective ‘sleep hack’ they used to maintain a good night’s sleep during their wedding.
“As was the tradition for the aristocracy, they slept in separate bedrooms, which meant no one woke up snoring or kicking.”
“The Queen’s discerning propensity to do everything in moderation, from exercise to eating habits, also means she’ll enjoy the highest quality and most satisfying sleep at the right times.
“The Queen’s habit of eating lighter, protein-packed meals at lunchtime means she’ll survive the ‘carbohydrate crash’ of heavy meals rich in complex carbohydrates.
“These quickly raise blood sugar and cause sleepiness,” he said.
The Queen is the longest-reigning British monarch in history and has had a busy schedule every day for the past 70 years.
The spokesperson continued: “Since Her Majesty has always had a busy schedule of appointments and meetings, it would be particularly unhelpful to feel sleepy before her scheduled bedtime.
“Therefore, her low-carb lunch of salad and grilled fish or chicken and vegetables will keep her bright and fresh when she needs to feel awake.
“Even as she slows down some of her duties due to recent ill health, maintaining this eating routine will help her maintain a consistent sleep schedule.
“The Queen also takes frequent exercise in the form of a post-lunch walk in the gardens of Buckingham Palace or Windsor Castle, which is a great aid to good sleep, as the body depends on regular exercise to get enough sleep to wind down . In the evening.”