You flip from side to side, turn over your pillow, but you’re still wide awake at 3 a.m. Or maybe you finally dozed off but woke up again a few hours later.
For help in sleeping through the night, you might need to make some changes in how you spend your days.
“Sleep isn’t something that just happens when you fall into bed. Your body gets primed for it all day,” says Michael Breus, PhD. He is the author of Good Night: The Sleep Doctor’s 4-Week Program to Better Sleep and Better Health.
Try these daytime tips to get a better night’s sleep:
Tackle To-Dos Earlier
Cut Back on Caffeine
Fit in Fitness
Cut Back on Electronics
Create a Bedtime Ritual
Source: By Jeannette Moninger