3. Optimize Your Sleep Environment
If your sleep environment isn’t optimized, it can affect your quality of sleep. For instance, if you sleep with the TV on, the noise can wake you up while you sleep. In addition, if it’s too bright, it can also wake you up.
To optimize your sleep environment, consider investing in blackout curtains and some sort of white noise machine. You can use an app on your phone or simply turn on a fan.
In addition, you should make sure your mattress, sheets, blankets, and pillows work best for you. Your bedroom temperature should also stay on the cooler side with 68 to 70 degrees being the most optimal temperature for sleep.