How lifestyle changes can help you sleep better
Create a regular routine and stick to it: It’s tempting for all of us to lie in when we get the chance or hit snooze on the alarm clock to delay getting out of bed. It’s also easy to be tempted to watch the end of a film or program on TV along with many other temptations to break a routine. However, if you are genuinely suffering from sleep challenges, sticking to a pattern in your daily life is known to really help people who suffer from sleep apnea and insomnia. Try to go to sleep and wake up at the same time every day (even weekends) and you may seem some stark improvements.