Keep Your Bedroom at 68 Degrees
This is easy and actionable — simply adjust the thermostat before you hit the hay. "Your body drops its temperature at night," Dr. Emanuel explained. "If your room is either too cold or too hot, your body can't maintain that ideal temperature and you'll wake up." When you're not getting restful sleep at night, you're more likely to feel drowsy the next day, kicking off a vicious cycle.