Sticking to your routine won’t always be easy.

A consistent wake and sleep schedule can be important when dealing with insomnia. Pick a bedtime and a wake-up time. Stick to them as much as possible. In addition, following good sleep habits throughout the day, and a relaxing bedtime routine every night before bed, may help.

Follow good sleep habits.
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Follow good sleep habits.
Even schedules take breaks
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A consistent sleep schedule.
Sometimes your sleep schedule may get thrown off. It can happen to anyone. If it does, try not to worry about it. Worrying about not sleeping can actually make it more difficult to fall asleep. Do your best to get back on schedule when you can. Keep following a relaxing bedtime routine and doing your best to practice good sleep habits. Every night is a new opportunity to get a little bit better at them.
A consistent sleep schedule.
A consistent wake schedule.
Today is a new day, and how you slept last night doesn’t have to dictate how you’ll sleep tonight. If you had a bad night, put it behind you and don’t dwell on it. Instead, focus on what you can do today to make tonight go better, like:
  • Get 1 hour of morning sunlight
  • Exercise at least 30 minutes earlier in the day
  • Avoid caffeine later in the day
Seize the day, follow good sleep habits all day, and maybe a good night’s rest is within your grasp.

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