Finally, make sure that there are no electronics emitting sounds or lights in your room, and ensure that you’re not getting any external sources of noise or light in your room like a noisy partner or bright streetlights. The quiet and darkness help you drift off more easily.
Try and clear your head of everything and take time for yourself meditate and have even just 10minutes to pamper yourself… do something that makes you feel happier. Good luck in your journey xx
Something that should help prepare your body for sleep is to avoid screens for an hour before the time you want to fall asleep. Cellphones, computers, and televisions all emit bright lights that trick your brain and body into thinking it’s daytime. Put them aside and choose an activity or routine that prepares you for bed: after your basic hygiene like washing your face and brushing and flossing your teeth, meditate, read a book, listen to some relaxing music, pray, stretch, or listen to an audiobook or podcast. This wind-down activity, which is something you do completely for yourself, can help you shut down for the night.
Take time to take care of your health. If you can recover up to 100% you will perform better the next day. Take a power nap in the middle of the day or go to bed early so you get a good night sleep.