1) Stick to the same sleeping schedule, even on weekends. This helps regulate your body’s natural alarm clock, allowing you to fall asleep quicker and feel well rested when you wake up.
2) Incorporate a bedtime ritual every night. Drinking some caffeine free tea or reading a book will help relax your body and prepare it for sleep.
3) Evaluate your bedroom. The ideal temperature should be between 60 and 67 degrees and there should be no light or noisy distractions. Consider using blackout curtains, white noise machines, ear plugs, and/or humidifiers.