3. Stop watching TV or using multimedia at least 30 minutes to an hour before going to bed will improve the quality of your sleep. Set a new rule for the bedroom…it’s only to be used for sleep and intimacy. Create an environment that promotes those 2 important things and you’ll get the best sleep you’ve ever had!
4. Try doing something that is relaxing. Examples of relaxation methods are: mediation, taking a bath, drinking herbal tea, deep controlled breathing, or closing your eyes and imagining yourself in a very calm, nice place.
5. Avoid caffeine, nicotine and sugar for at least 2 to 4 hours before bedtime.
“A good night's sleep is essential to our basic health being. It is critical to ensure that you are getting enough sleep on a daily basis as this could lead to many other health issues."