Presented in partnership by the American Heart Association
Good sleep habits and an effective morning routine can help you wake up feeling energized and prepared for the day ahead. Try these tips and techniques to start your day right.
3 Tips for Better Sleep
Your body naturally craves sleep, but it can be tough to get to bed on time. Here’s how to get better sleep every night.
Set an alarm
Set a daily alarm for 1 hour before bedtime. This will remind you it’s time to wind down.
Signal your brain
Once your alarm goes off, do something your brain associates with bedtime, like brushing your teeth or washing your face.
Relax and unwind
Reclaim your calm by doing something that helps you unwind – a bath, reading, journaling or something else relaxing.
(If you consistently have trouble sleeping well, please talk to your doctor.)