Your sleep may be harmed by a digital clock, iPad, or phone next to your bedside table that has a faint blue glow.
At night, you'll get better sleep. However, limit the amount of time you sleep during the day to no more than 20 minutes. Take a nap early in the day.
Do you take a few quick peeks at it at night? That may cause your mind to run with ideas about the upcoming day, keeping you awake.
Even if your lower back discomfort is not severe enough to wake you up, it can still interfere with deep, comfortable sleep.
If you wake up exhausted and with a tight neck, blame your pillow. When you're lying on your back, it should be the ideal size—not too much, not too little—to support your neck's natural curvature.
Poor sleep can be caused by allergies, sniffles, and sneezes. It might be your mattress. Mold, dust mite droppings, and other allergy triggers may accumulate inside it over time.
You should feel at ease in your bedroom. Avoid working, browsing the Internet, or watching TV while lying in bed.