With so many things going on in your life, it can be difficult to remember when was the last time you had a good night’s sleep. The good news is, even if you have a limited amount of time to sleep, if you develop the proper habits you will be able to fall asleep and wake up rested better than the average person.
Set the Mood
Make sure the lighting in your bedroom can be set to soft that you can start to wind down as you come to the end of your day. If you need to have brighter lights in your, consider getting a dimmer switch so that the brightness level can be under your control. Ideally, you should be dimming the lights in those last 30 minutes before your head hits the pillow. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2jxBtUt