We all have sleep problems. Let’s look at a new way to catch some ZZZZZs by seeing what changes during the day will improve your sleep at night. Most of these tips are working with your body’s normal rhythms which were created long before we used light bulbs.
1) First thing in the morning, open up those shades to get some daylight. This helps trigger chemical messengers that sets your sleep/wake cycle.
2) Limit your caffeine intake to just the morning and early afternoon. Better yet, order decaf.
3) After dinner, begin dimming the lights in your house and dim the background on your phone. This reminds your brain that the sun has set and sleep is coming soon.