More and more people are (rightly) paying attention to their sleep. So when he wanted to stop tossing and turning, Reddit.com user Hucufurus turned to the LifeProTips subreddit for some advice. These were among the most popular answers.
u/mrthewhite: "Only get into bed when you're ready to sleep and don't stay there if you aren't sleeping.... The theory is that your body/brain starts associating bed with ONLY sleep and it becomes a subconscious habit to prepare you for sleep when you get in bed."
u/Gonzako: "No screens 30 minutes before bed."
u/armchair_cynic: "Exercise during the day. Especially early to mid-afternoon."
u/dwidel: "Getting up at the same time is really important, and no naps during the day. If you do that, your lack of sleep will help you...