We need between 7 to 9 hours of sleep per night to function at our best. So what can you do to improve it:
1. Stick to a Consistent Sleep Schedule. A regular bedtime is one part of the equation, but waking up at the same time daily will also help keep your circadian rhythm in check.
2. Artificial blue light that laptops, tablets and cell phones emit can throw off your body clock by confusing your brain into thinking it is still daytime. Avoid looking at bright screens two hours before bedtime.
3. Wait Before Sleeping After Eating. Make sure the meal is eaten at least two hours before you go to sleep. Eating food night time can lead to poor sleep, digestion and hormone disruption. @wellbeing_solution