Avoid using electronic devices at least an hour before bedtime because the blue light they generate might interfere with the generation of melatonin, a hormone that induces sleep.
Limit caffeine intake in the afternoon and evening to avoid interfering with falling asleep and lowering overall sleep quality.
Avoid eating large, heavy meals close to bedtime to avoid discomfort and indigestion, which can impair sleep.
Limit alcohol consumption, especially close to bedtime, since it can interrupt the sleep cycle and cause restless sleep.
Maintain a consistent sleep pattern by going to bed and getting up at the same time every day, including weekends, to regulate your body's internal clock.
Avoid strenuous activity soon before bedtime since it may raise awareness and make it more difficult to relax for sleep.
Avoid stressful or stimulating activities before bedtime, instead choosing relaxing routines such as reading or mild stretching to aid relaxation.