Prioritise the quality of your sleep. It is as essential as your exercise routine or a healthy meal.
Find your perfect balance. Not all of us require eight hours` sleep a night; work out the level of rest you need.
Keep to a regular routine. Going to bed at the same time each night will program your body for sleep.
Invest in a good bed. A truly comfortable bed will provide deep, reviving sleep every night.
Give yourself space. Buy the biggest bed your room can accommodate so that you can luxuriate in an undisturbed night’s rest.
Spend time in the daylight. The sun lets your brain know it’s time to be awake, while darkness at night prompts a feeling of sleepiness.
Be active and engaged. Physical and mental exercise during the day will help you to sleep better at night.
Ease down your evenings. Too much stimulation before bed – from alcohol, nicotine, caffeine or activity, can stop you sleeping.
Unwind. A relaxed body and mind will prepare you for sleep. Find a bedtime routine that helps you to unwind easily.
Create the right environment. Darkness, quiet and the ideal temperature help you to fall and stay asleep.
Avoid working on iPads and computers before going to bed. These kinds of electronic equipment emit day-light spectrum lighting which makes it harder for the brain to switch off and go to sleep.
Avoid heavy meals if possible which could give you indigestion.
Fresh air is really important for you to sleep well.