Sleep is vital to well-being; a lack of sleep can impact mental health with increased irritability, sadness, and anxiety- to name a few. When the body gets adequate rest, one can feel rested with a fresh and new perspective.
Insomnia is a condition that prevents one from falling asleep on time and can be disruptive.
Sleep hygiene involves preparing the mind and body for bedtime. Some tips for sleep hygiene to help with insomnia include: removing electronics before bedtime, blocking light from entering the room at night, setting a cool temperature, and avoiding caffeine and large meals before bedtime- is a great start to helping with insomnia.
Listen to your body and give practice getting adequate sleep