Sport during the daytime is not the only thing that helps you fall asleep more quickly. Relaxation in the evening also has the same effect: a nightcap made from valerian root, balm leaves or camomile, lavender or orange blossoms can have an easing and sleep-promoting effect. These therapeutic herbs and blends of tea are easy to order online. Warm milk with honey or soothing foot baths can also help improve the quality of your sleep. You should also make sure that you only eat easily digestible foods in the evening, such as boiled vegetables, rice or lean fish. Ideally, you should eat around 4 hours before you go to bed. You should however avoid sugar, raw fruit and vegetables and salad on an evening.
In order to ensure restful sleep, your sleeping conditions must be right: you should air and wash your bed-linen regularly and turn your mattress over every few months. Make sure you have access to fresh air in your bedroom by ventilating regularly and putting plants, such as aloe vera, in the room.
So why not experiment for yourself and use the time you have gained to relax? So make sure that you and your nearest and dearest get restful sleep and that you optimise your diet. That isn’t just good for your body, but for your mind too, and will give you the energy you need to help you develop yourself as a person.