Plan your bedtime so that you will get 7 to 8 hours of sleep.
Eat a healthy diet during the day.
• Some people need a healthy snack after dinner to make it through the night without being woken up by a hungry metabolism.
• Less simple sugar and more complex carbohydrates before bedtime keep blood sugar stable.
Regular exercise helps to promote better sleep.
• Workout early in the day if possible, as evening workouts can keep you awake ...