• Fix a particular sleep and wake time. It conditions your psychology to fall asleep on time
  • Exercising in the morning helps you fall asleep easier at night. Working out later in the day is ideally not recommended.
  • Having an early dinner, ideally at 7 p.m., helps you get a better night’s sleep
  • Eat a substantial breakfast with protein, carbohydrate, and fat in balanced amounts. It gears you up for the day and helps you sleep better without making you tired
  • Opt for a moderate lunch: Little rice, cereals, chapatti and serving of protein – fish, eggs, chicken, meat or beans
  • Keep your dinner light and avoid spicy food
  • Reduce or eliminate caffeine or alcohol, especially late evening
  • Drink plenty of water throughout day & drink a cup of warm milk at bedtime
  • Keep your bedroom dark and at a comfortable temperature. Make sure your bed and pillow are as comfortable as possible