Insomnia or the inability to fall asleep can be very unhealthy. Not only does it rid your body of restful sleep but it also diminishes your energy supply for the next day’s activities. Insomnia also includes not being able to continually stay asleep and waking up earlier than expected.
Studies show that lifestyle seem to be the main cause for insomnia. By changing your lifestyle, you can surely have better and more restful sleep without having to deal with insomnia.
Establish a sleeping pattern. If possible, go to bed at the same time each night and wake up at the same time every morning. This will establish your body clock and once your body has become accustomed to it, you won’t be having any sleepless nights in the future.
Do not bring your work to your bedroom. Bedrooms are supposedly exclusive for getting rest and other relaxing and pleasurable activities – not for doing homework or finishing a task from work.
Avoid drinking alcohol and caffeinated beverages and food at least 6 hours before your established bed time. Smoking is also a huge insomnia trigger so it will be better if you try to stay away from nicotine. Nicotine can be a stimulant and can also be a depressant but either way, it will have effects on your sleeping pattern.
Make sure you exercise daily. You can take a walk or a quick jog every morning to loosen up your body and prepare you for the day’s activities.
I hope these few tips help you.