Healthy sleeping habits can make a difference in the quality of your life. Poor sleep negatively affects your brain function, hormones, and exercise performance. Unfortunately, a third of US adults sleep for less than six hours a night. Here are some tips that will help you rejuvenate your healthy sleeping habits.
Develop a sleeping routine
Sleeping until noon on weekends will disrupt your biological clock and cause sleeping problems. Go to bed at the same time every day, whether it is on holiday, weekend, or workdays. Going to bed at the same time every day will help you fall asleep faster and stay asleep the whole night.
5Change your diet
Avoid consuming foods and drinks that contain caffeine such as tea, coffee, chocolate, and soft drinks by mid-afternoon. Have your dinner (a light meal) a few hours before your bedtime. Avoid having heavy and spicy meals for dinner as they may wake you at night due to indigestion and heartburn.