We all can use a better night’s sleep, especially health care professionals who need to stay sharp throughout their work shifts.
Since May is Better Sleep Month, we asked some of the highly rated sleep experts on Angie’s List for tips on how to catch some shut eye as soon as your head hits the pillow. Here’s what they had to say:
Along with these tips, the National Sleep foundation suggests making your bedroom as sleep-friendly as possible to encourage better sleep habits, including using darkening shades or curtains, making the bed every morning and keeping your room at a cool, yet comfortable temperature.
What other tips do you have to get a good night’s sleep? Tweet your sleep tips to @AngiesListBC!