Stick to regular hours of sleeping. Your biological clock keeps sync.
Develop a sleep routine. Do the same things before bed each night and your body gets cued for sleep by sheer habit.
Exercise. Regular workouts, but not a bed time, relieve tension.
Go slow on stimulants. Coffee, for example, can keep you awake or prevent deep sleep.
Quit smoking. Or you tend to fall asleep later, wake up in between, and have disturbed sleep throughout.
Drink moderately. Alcohol just before bed can disrupt your sleep.
Retire early. And don’t take your worries to bed; do your thinking about them long before.
Create a sleep- inviting environment. Turn your bedroom into a cool, quiet, dark place. Light is not conducive to sleep.
Sleep on comfortable, supportive mattress. A good mattress should provide your body the correct support to maintain your spine’s natural S-curve. Plus of course comfort. This is subjective. Lie down and test a mattress for your comfort level before purchase. And of course, check at the manufacturer.