It’s hard to say what’s causing the apparent rise in sleep-related disorders, but what seems certain is that now more than ever people are looking for ways to help them get a better sleep.
They’re cheap, and can cut out the majority of noises – even quite loud sounds can be eliminated by using a pair.
This allows your body to find a sleep rhythm that helps reduce the chance of having your sleep cycles interrupted.
THE RIGHT ENVIRONMENT
Try to create the right environment in which to sleep. Ideally, that means you should sleep in a place with as few distractions as possible.
Don’t wait until you’re ready to drop before you stop all activities and rest your head. Ideally, you should have at least an hour before going to sleep in which to wind down.
Eating stimulates the body by activating the digestive system. This can further disrupt your sleep.