We all toss and turn at night, from time to time. Whether your insomnia is chronic or due to a stressful period in your life, we’re all guilty of poor sleep schedule habits that put our brains and bodies out of whack. The clocks in our body regulate everything from sleep to hormones, and when you confuse that clock with less than ideal bedtime routines, it’s a disaster. Here are the best ways to fix that less than optimal sleep quality so you can feel restored every morning.
1. Keep it regular
Go to sleep at the same time every night, and try to set an alarm for the same time every morning. Soon, your natural clock will start to present itself. Sleeping on an irregular schedule or staying up late every night will just make your sleep schedule more chaotic.