1. Avoid caffeine, alcohol and nicotine
The substances present in them interfere with the sleep cycle. Caffeine especially makes one alert and can contribute to insomnia.
Exercising regularly will help you stay fit and enhance your night time sleep. It is a key step in fighting insomnia. When your body feels tired, it will automatically seek rest at night.
3. Practice sleep hygiene
Keep your room clutter free. Ensure your bedroom is noise free. Use dark curtains to block light at night. Set a regular bedtime and waking up schedule. A regular sleep pattern will help you form a healthy habit.
4. Eat right
Eat right and eat on time to avoid gas and heartburn that can make it impossible to fall asleep. Include enough fiber and fruits in your diet and have dinner three hours before going to sleep.
5. Try sunlight
Exposure to sunlight not only contribute to strong bones, but it also aids natural sleep. 30 minutes of sun exposure can aid sleep in the night.