One of the best ways to get better sleep is to stick to a pattern. Even on weekends, you should always go to bed and wake up at the same time.
How well you sleep depends on your environment. For good sleep, keep your bedroom dark, quiet, and cool.
Regular exercise helps you sleep better and faster. It boosts brain serotonin and lowers stress hormone cortisol.
Stress and worry can also make it hard to fall asleep or stay asleep. Keeping a positive attitude and learning to let go are two ways to deal with stress.
The food you eat has a big impact on how well you sleep. Some foods and drinks, especially those high in carbs and sugars, can keep you from falling asleep or staying asleep.
Even though you love your morning coffee or evening cocktail, they can disrupt your sleep.
Your bed should be for sleeping, not eating or watching TV. You associate your bed with sleep by using it only for sleep.
Even though technology can be helpful, you should not spend too much time in front of a screen before bed.
As I mentioned before, technology can sometimes make it hard to sleep, especially if you use your phone or watch TV right before bed.
If these tips do not help you sleep, you may need professional help. Sleep disorders like sleep apnea and insomnia are serious but treatable.