Exposure to light might make it more challenging to fall asleep. Avoid the use of electronic devices and screens just before bedtime.
Temporary blackout shades on the windows will completely block any light from the outside giving you a better night’s sleep.
Simply peel them off when you wake up in the morning and then reuse them the following night.
2. Go to sleep at regular times
Try to go to sleep and wake up at the same time every day. Keep regular sleeping hours to train your brain and body clock to get used to going to sleep at a set time.
Make your bedroom ideal for sleeping. Keep your room cool and use blackout shades and earplugs to prevent sleep disturbances form light and noise.
4. Do calming activities before bed
Taking a bath or reading a book can help relax the brain and prepare your body and mind for sleep. Writing “to do” lists for the next day can clear your mind of any distractions that might keep you awake.
You could also try some gentle stretching to release any muscle tension.
5. Make sure your bed is comfortable
A mattress that is too hard or soft for your body can make it difficult to settle and go to sleep. Replace your pillows every couple of years.