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Simple Ways To Get Better Sleep At Night

(Last Updated On: February 24, 2018)

How to get better sleep at night?

Do you have the sleep problem and worried about how to get better sleep?


“I think the best way to get a good night sleep is to work hard throughout the day. If you work hard and, of course, work out.” William H. McRaven

Getting a good sleep at night is one of the most important things for your overall health and well-being. It’s no wonder that quality sleep is sometimes elusive.

Many factors can interfere with a good sleep at night such as workplace stress, family problems, illnesses and much more.


“Control what you can control. Don’t lose sleep worrying about things that you don’t have control over because, at the end of the day, you still won’t have any control over them.” Cam Newton


Poor sleep at night results in worse cognitive performance, including degraded memory, attention, and performance. In the long term, insomnia is also associated with anxiety and depression.



Due to many reasons, you might not be able to control the factors that interfere with your sleep, but you can try to adopt habits that help for better sleep at night.

Considering simple tips like setting a sleep schedule, physical activity in your daily routine can help for better sleep at night. Click To Tweet


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9 Easy ways to solve sleep problems

Watch the video for a detailed information along with action images of above points to get better sleep at night.

8 Easy Ways to Finally Get a Sound Sleep

  • Sleep enough
    Sleep deprivation causes stress
    Getting enough sleep every night affects your mood, productivity, and weight
    You need 8 hours sleep every night. Ensure you have enough sleep every night. “Enough” doesn’t means as much as possible. Go to bed and get up at the same time every day, including weekends.


  • Make your bedroom just a bedroom
    Don’t put TV or make your office in bedroom
    Keeping computers, TVs, and work materials out of the room will strengthen the mental association between your bedroom and sleep.


  • Make your bedroom as comfortable as possible
    Get a good quality and comfortable mattress
    Keep the bedroom cool
    Eliminate all sources of lights from the bedroom. Make sure you sleep in absolute darkness.
    A quiet, dark, and cool environment can help promote sound slumber.




  • Exercise more
    Do whatever it takes to get tired not only mentally but also physically
    Go to Sleep When You’re Truly Tired


  • Change your diet
    Avoid meals just before bed. Drink enough fluid at night to keep from waking up thirsty, but don’t drink too much so close to bedtime that you will be awakened by the need for a trip to the bathroom.


  • Relax more
    Take a hot shower before going to bed
    Listen to music


  • Turn away your clock
    Don’t Be a Nighttime Clock-Watcher


  • Have early naps – before 3 pm
    Napping in the evening destroys your day and night cycle


Watch the video for a detailed information along with action images of above points to get better sleep at night.


If your sleep difficulties don’t improve through good sleep hygiene, you may want to consult a Doctor and follow his advice.

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Related articles found on other sites:

  • Twelve Simple Tips to Improve Your Sleep – Explore simple tips for making the sleep of your dreams a nightly reality. (Healthy Sleep, Harvard Medical School)
  • Healthy Sleep Tips – A variety of sleep tips including bedtime snacks, exercise, room temperature, noise, and light control. (National Sleep Foundation)
  • Adopt Good Sleep Habits – Learn how improving your sleep environment and sticking to a regular schedule can improve the quality of your sleep. (Get Sleep, Harvard Medical School Division of Sleep Medicine)
  • 5 Foods that Help You Sleep: Eat right, sleep better – Food relates directly to serotonin, a key hormone that—along with Vitamin B6, B12, and folic acid—helps promote healthy sleep. (Cleveland Clinic)


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