Here are several strategies that a person can use to get better nights sleep:
- Establish a routine. When you change the timing of your sleep, you affect your circadian rhythm: the domestic clock that guides sleep patterns. Research demonstrates that vacant to bed late upsets your circadian rhythm, but the time you wake up has an even greater impression on your sleep cycle. More that any other strategy, having a regular schedule will improve the quality of your sleep. As much as possible, go to bed at the same time every night and wake up at the same time every morning, even on weekends.
- Manage your stress. Stress and sleep problems are fervently linked. Evaluate your experience of stress and learn and use effective stress- management strategies.
- Dodge alcohol. Alcohol is a depressant. It can help people fall asleep by slowing down body processes. As the alcohol is eliminated from the body there is a rebound shot in the arm effect, which can upshot in night-time waking, vivid dreams or fitful sleep.
- Dodge heavy meals at night. These can contribute to problem falling asleep. On the other hand, having a light snack (e.g. cereal, cheese and crackers) can help. Studies reveal that high carbohydrate meals late in the day can induce sleepiness. Read The Full Report…