Sleep has a lot of impact on our health. A good sleep helps recharge the body and gives us a positive outlook for the day ahead.

Exposing the body to morning sunlight can help us feel rejuvenated as well as synchronise our sleeping and waking-up cycles with the natural day and night cycles.

Get morning sunlight:

Adjust your exercise routine:

 We should avoid doing exercise closer to bedtime as it can affect our ability to relax. We should schedule a vigorous workout routine during the daytime.

Wake up at the same time every day:

When we start to constantly wake up at the same time on a daily basis, it helps our body to adjust to that routine and make it a habit.

Save caffeine for morning: 

We should maintain a healthy 8–10 hour gap between the last cup of coffee of the day and our bedtime. Caffeine disrupts sleep and we should not consume it close to bedtime.

A balanced meal for dinner:

A balanced meal for dinner:

 Consume a balanced meal for dinner; it helps in keeping the blood sugar levels of the body stable, preventing spikes in cortisol levels..

Smart bedtime snacks:

If needed, have a light, balanced snack like a banana with almond butter to curb late-night cravings.