Exercises is the best natural sleep remedy. Studies show that daily exercise can help improve the quality and quantity of our sleep.
2. Go To Bed & Wake Up At The Same Time Daily
Set your body’s internal clock and optimize the quality of your sleep. You will need 6-8 hours of uninterupted sleep nightly.
3. Limit caffeine and nicotine.
Caffeine can cause sleep problems up to ten to twelve hours after drinking it! Smoking is a stimulant too and can disrupt your sleep.
4. Take time to wind down
Give your body one hour before to transition from your active day to bedtime drowsiness by lowering your lights to 25% daytime active level.
5. Stay cool…
Set your bedroom thermostat between 65° and 75°F—a good guideline, slipping between cool sheets helps trigger a drop in your body temperature. That shift signals the body to produce melatonin, which induces sleep.