8 Sleep Preparation Tips to Help You Sleep Better At Night

Routines are important in almost every part of life, including sleep. According to the Sleep Foundation, it shouldn't take more than 10–20 minutes to fall asleep.

Stick To A Sleep Schedule

Routine. Again, we see the word routine. Your body needs to feel itself getting ready for sleep, so going straight from a busy social event to bed probably won't help you get a good night's rest.

Create A Relaxing Bedtime Routine

How well you sleep can depend a lot on how good your mattress is. If you have trouble falling asleep at night, it might be because your mattress is too soft or too firm for your body and the way you normally sleep.

Take A Good Look At Your Mattress 

If you often take long naps during the day, your sleep schedule (or lack of one) is probably making it hard for you to fall asleep at night. Some people think that a quick 30-minute nap in the middle of the day can give you more energy.

Avoid Naps

We're not joking, even though it sounds silly. A feng shui bedroom is meant to help you get a good night's sleep by being peaceful and well-balanced. It's that calm, relaxing space that every soon-to-be homeowner on an HGTV show dreams of.

Improve Your Bedroom Feng Shui

If you use our tips to get more natural energy during the day instead of taking a nap, you might not need that extra cup of coffee in the afternoon to get you through the afternoon slump.

Cut The Caffeine At A Reasonable Hour

The same rules about how much caffeine you can have can also be used when you eat dinner or drink alcohol late at night. Food and alcohol can both make it hard to fall asleep and keep you from getting a good night's rest.

Eat And Drink As Early-Ish As Possible

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