Block out the light.,
Keep it cool.,
Be sure your bedroom is kept dark. If you work nights, it’s very important to have thick curtains and blinds to keep out the sun so that you may rest comfortably during the day. Light stimulates melatonin production, and you need to maintain proper levels in order to sleep. , Set the thermostat a few degrees cooler than you have it set at during the day. The cooler air makes our body ready for rest. If you have temperature conflicts with your significant other, get an electric blanket with dual controls. Comfortable temperature is important to sleeping well. , Televisions or computers in the bedroom hamper sleep because any time you wake, you see any light that they emit. Additionally, digital alarm clocks that glow brightly can also be disruptive. Being exposed to artificial light increases cortisol production, which is related to stress, so be sure to limit it in the bedroom.