Here are three effective ways which will help you to get a sound sleep.
Consider How And When You Use Screens
To have a better sleep you should try to cut down on screen time before bed. Avoid being on your laptop or surfing on social media just before going to bed. If you must, then use a blue light filter, night mode or dark mode – you might be able to find these options on your device. There should be ideally a gap of an hour or two before bed. You could try listening to some relaxing music or reading a book instead and if you find yourself dozing off, do not fight sleep just then.
Try To Establish A Routine
A regular sleeping routine or habit might help. It might take a few different attempts to find what works for you. You might want to try going to bed and waking up around the same time every day. Alternatively, it might help to go to bed only when you feel ready to sleep but still, rise around the same time every day.
To sleep well, a healthy, balanced diet is important, but timing is also important. It can be distracting for some people to have an empty stomach before bed, so it is a good idea to have a light snack, but eating a heavy meal before bed can also interfere with your sleep. It has been recommended that a warm glass of milk be consumed because it contains tryptophan, an amino acid that promotes sleep naturally.
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While it may seem impossible to get a good night's sleep at 3 a.m., you are in control of the quality of your sleep much more than you realize. You can often cure sleep difficulties within your daily routine, just as how well you feel during your waking hours is often influenced by how well you sleep at night. A poor lifestyle and daily habits can affect your mood, brain, and heart and leave you tossing and turning at night.