20 Tips to Beat Insomnia and Sleep Better

Block blue light to improve nighttime sleep.
Napping can be a healthy habit.
Turn your alarm clock around to help you fall asleep.
Place a pillow between your knees to protect your back.
Keep your neck in a neutral position while sleeping.
Dust-mite proof covers are necessary in the bedroom.
Reserve the bedroom for sleep and sex.
Maintain a consistent sleep schedule.
Caffeine consumption may interfere with your sleep cycle.
Exercise every day to get better sleep.
Cheese and crackers is a good nighttime snack.
Alcohol contributes to sleep problems.
Get in the habit of limiting nighttime fluid intake.
Low light in the evening helps you fall asleep.
A fan can drown out ambient noise.
Snuff out the cigarettes to ward off sleep disorders.
Pets may prevent you from getting good sleep.
A relaxing bath can help you drift off to sleep.
Some kinds of sleeping pills are addictive.
See your doctor about chronic sleeplessness.

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Reviewed by Charles Patrick Davis, MD, PhD on Wednesday, July 26, 2017

20 Tips to Beat Insomnia and Sleep Better

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