Avoid drinking coffee, red wine and consuming chocolate prior to sleep. One of the most prominent causes of unrest is dietary, with some food items and beverages scientifically proven to disturb your digestive system and interrupt your sleep.
Go to the toilet just before you aim to sleep. Our bladders can fill up slowly and largely unnoticed during this time, however, particularly because the kidneys continue to work throughout the night and while we sleep. This means that rather than your bladder being full when you wake in the morning, you are more likely to be disturbed in the early hours of the morning to go to the toilet again.
Stick to a consistent routine, including your bedtime. If you stay consistent in your sleeping habits, your body will be able to fall asleep more quickly. Anytime you have to adjust your habits, including your bedtime, you are risking making it harder to fall asleep.
Eat earlier, rather than later. If your body has to work hard to digest while you’re trying to sleep, you won’t be able to fall asleep or rest as easily. Also, if your body does happen to digest the meal and gives you energy from it, you will find it hard to fall asleep.