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Sleep is essential for our health and well-being. In this story, we will explore scientifically proven methods to help you sleep better.
Develop a relaxing bedtime routine like taking a warm bath, reading, or light stretches 30 mins before bed. This signals your body it's time to wind down.
The blue light from screens suppresses melatonin production. Stop using devices at least 1 hour before bed for better sleep.
Keep your bedroom at a cool temperature between 60-67°F and use blackout curtains to block out light for a restful environment.
Caffeine and alcohol can disrupt sleep. Avoid them 4-6 hours before bedtime.
Daily exercise promotes better sleep but not too close to bedtime. Aim for morning or afternoon workouts.
Practice relaxation techniques like deep breathing, meditation or yoga to relax both body and mind before sleep.
Eating a large meal late at night can cause indigestion and disrupt sleep. Have a light snack instead.
Go to bed and wake up at the same time daily even on weekends. This helps regulate your body's sleep-wake cycle.
If lifestyle changes don't help, see your doctor. Underlying conditions may need treatment for a good night's sleep.