5. Reduce H20 before bedtime
Limit the amount of fluids you devour before bed, everyone’s bladder capacity is different, but as a helpful tip, avoid drinking a large amount of fluids close to bed time, no matter what age.
6. EXERCISE HELPS YOU SLEEP BETTER
Sleep and recovery go hand in hand since sleep is when your muscles repair and recover. However, just like sleeping helps your athletic performance, exercising helps your sleep performance by increasing the amount of time you’re in deep sleep. Aim to get the recommended 150 minutes of exercise a week for better quality sleep.
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