- Follow a sleep schedule
Allowing your body’s internal clock to work on a daily routine can help with a good sleep. Set a bedtime and a wake up time. You should continue to follow your routine even on the weekend.
- Sleep in A Comfortable Environment
Studies have proven that sleeping in areas your body identifies as comfortable will help such as areas with diminished noise, light and room temperature. Pillows and mattresses also come into factor.
- Exercise Daily
No matter if it’s an intense workout or even something light, exercising daily is a great way to help with sleep. One thing that is recommended though, is that you workout well before you head to bed, to ensure the best possible sleep.
- Relaxation Methods
Many people have relaxation methods before bed, whether that be reading, listening to calm music or even having a hot bath. Allowing your mind to relax in the late hours of the day may allow for a better sleep. You should keep in mind, certain methods may work better for some people than it would for others.
- Consumption of Caffeine Late Into The Day
Caffeine is popular amongst many people. It gives an extra boost which most people need when they wake up. Consuming caffeine late into the afternoon (3-4 p.m.) is not advised as caffeine can stay in your blood for 6-8 hours after consuming.
*You can find the original source of this information at: https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/17-tips-to-sleep-better#section3