1. Don’t Consume Caffeine Late in the Day
Caffeine has numerous benefits and is consumed by 90% of the US population. A single dose can enhance focus, energy and sports performance. However, when consumed late in the day, coffee stimulates your nervous system and may stop your body from naturally relaxing at night.
2. Don’t Eat Late in the Evening
]Late-night eating may negatively impact both sleep quality and the natural release of HGH and melatonin ).That said, the quality and type of your late-night snack may play a role as well.
3. Take a Relaxing Bath or Shower
A relaxing bath or shower is another popular way to sleep better.Studies indicate that they can improve overall sleep quality and help people — especially older adults — fall asleep faster.
4. Get a Comfortable Bed, Mattress and Pillow
Some people wonder why they always sleep better in a hotel. Apart from the relaxing environment, bed quality can also affect sleep.
5. Don’t Drink Any Liquids Before Bed
Nocturia is the medical term for excessive urination during the night. It affects sleep quality and daytime energy. Drinking large amounts of liquids before bed can lead to similar symptoms, though some people are more sensitive than others. #AyBenditoBlogs / @aybenditous