During a good night’s sleep, your body repairs muscles, consolidates memories and releases essential hormones. Studies show the amount and quality of sleep you get is directly related to your ability to function well the next day. To make sure you are firing on all cylinders, wind down before bedtime. Also, try to get to bed and get up at the same time each day, and make sure your bedroom is peaceful and dark. Switch off all electronics including TV and phone.
Published in January 2015