Avoid Screen Time
OK, so you've heard this a thousand times at minimum, but you know it's true. Screen time before bed disrupts the circadian rhythm and makes it difficult for you to fall asleep. Avoid the phones and tablets and TVs and laptops (we know, that means no late-night Netflix bingeing) for at least an hour before bed. It'll help significantly.
"Artificial lights and screens can offset your sleep cycle and confuse the body on when to go to sleep," said Dr. Heneghan. "Darkness is essential for the body to wind down, including shutting down electronics to make your bed a sleep zone."