Protips on How to Sleep Better at Night, Part 2 - The Proactive Health Management Plan
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Protips on How to Sleep Better at Night, Part 2

Hope you slept well this past week! If you’re still struggling to get a good night’s sleep, we’ve got more protips for you — and in case you missed last week’s article, here is Part 1.

And now, here’s Part 2 of our Protips on How to Sleep Better at Night series.

6 Take a Melatonin Supplement

Melatonin is a key sleep hormone that tells your brain when it’s time to relax and head to bed. Often used to treat insomnia, melatonin may be one of the easiest ways to fall asleep faster.

In one study, 2 mg of melatonin before bed improved sleep quality and energy the next day and helped people fall asleep faster. Another study found that half of the group fell asleep faster and had a 15% improvement in sleep quality.

Melatonin is also useful when traveling and adjusting to a new time zone, as it helps your body’s circadian rhythm return to normal.

Start with a low dose to assess your tolerance, and then increase it slowly as needed. Since melatonin may alter brain chemistry, it is advised that you check with a medical professional before use.

Protip: Take 1–5 mg of melatonin around 30–60 minutes before heading to bed.

7Take Another Type of Supplement

There are several other supplements that can induce relaxation and help you sleep, including:

  • Ginkgo biloba: A natural herb with many benefits, it may aid in sleep, relaxation and stress reduction, but the evidence is limited. Take 250 mg 30–60 minutes before bed.
  • Glycine: A few studies show that 3 grams of the amino acid glycine can improve sleep quality.
  • Valerian root: Several studies suggest that valerian can help you fall asleep and improve sleep quality. Take 500 mg before bed.
  • Magnesium: Responsible for over 600 reactions within your body, magnesium can improve relaxation and enhance sleep quality.
  • L-theanine: An amino acid, l-theanine can improve relaxation and sleep. Take 100–200 mg before bed.
  • Lavender: A powerful herb with many health benefits, lavender can induce a calming and sedentary effect to improve sleep. Take 80–160 mg containing 25–46% linalool.

While they are no magic bullet for sleep issues, they can be useful when combined with other natural sleeping strategies.

Protip: Only try one of these supplements at a time! Playing scientist with your body chemistry could do more harm than good.

8Avoid Alcohol

Contrary to popular belief, downing a couple of drinks at night can negatively affect your sleep and hormones. Alcohol is known to cause or increase the symptoms of sleep apnea and snoring. It also inhibits the body’s ability to enter REM sleep — the sleep of dreams.

It also alters nighttime melatonin production, which plays a key role in your body’s circadian rhythm.

Protip: Much like caffeine, alcohol can have a majorly disruptive effect on your sleep. Try to avoid alcohol before bed.

9Set Your Bedroom Temperature

Body and bedroom temperature can also profoundly impact sleep quality. As you may have experienced during the summer or in hot locations, it can be very hard to get a good night’s sleep when it’s too warm.

In some cases, bedroom temperature affects sleep quality more than external noise. That means a blazing-hot room can disrupt your Z’s more than the busy highway outside your bedroom window!

Around 70 degrees seems to be a comfortable temperature for most people, although it depends on your preferences and habits. Keep in mind that the body produces a lot of heat during sleep, so aim for colder temperatures to help you fall asleep.

Protip: Test different temperatures to find out which is most comfortable for you. If you need to colder or warmer, fiddle with the thermostat until you find that sweet spot. If you’re sharing the bed with someone, you should probably have a conversation about your experiment first!

10Optimize Your Bedroom Environment

Many people find that the bedroom environment and its setup are key factors in getting a good night’s sleep. These factors include temperature, noise, external lights, and furniture arrangement.

Setting up a proper sleep space is especially important for those who work nights or shifting schedules, when the sounds of an active household or the noises outside your window can easily disrupt sleep.

  • Experiment with bedroom temperature (as noted above).
  • Try blackout curtains to shield yourself from intrusive outside light. Many types of these curtains are also insulated to keep your room cool in the summer and warm in the winter!
  • If your sleeping environment is particularly noisy, try earplugs, or invest in a white noise machine.
  • Place objects in front of your alarm clock — sometimes those glowing numbers can create a lot more light than you’d expect.
  • Cleanliness of your sleep space might help, too. Some find it hard to relax in a disorganized space. Give your bedroom a good clean before going to bed; the calming effect of a cleaned-up room may help.

Protip: When you’re trying to sleep, your sleep space is yours, so make it yours!

That’s it for Part 2 of our Protips on How to Sleep Better at Night series. Stay tuned for more in the future — and have a good night’s rest!

  • Yvonne Lees
    Posted at 14:26h, 07 May Reply

    My cat purrs me to sleep.

    • Mary Peoples
      Posted at 03:17h, 09 May Reply


  • Harold Little
    Posted at 14:27h, 07 May Reply

    I do a lot of these things already, however there are some that I need to implement. Great article!!

    • Rhonda Inman
      Posted at 22:58h, 08 May Reply


  • Serena Phillips
    Posted at 14:28h, 07 May Reply


  • Clarence Watkins
    Posted at 14:31h, 07 May Reply


  • Luc Cleyman
    Posted at 14:35h, 07 May Reply


  • Tommy woolbright
    Posted at 14:38h, 07 May Reply

    Thank for the tips

  • Spiridwnas Kouvaras
    Posted at 14:40h, 07 May Reply


    Interesting article. I would like to know more details for the temperature and alcohol effect on sleep. I also wonder how rom disorganization makes good sleeping more difficult.

    Thank you,

  • T Boone
    Posted at 14:41h, 07 May Reply

    I’d like tips specifically for 3rd shift people.

  • Esther Jun
    Posted at 14:42h, 07 May Reply

    I will sleep better for sure. Thanks!

  • Heather Davis
    Posted at 14:43h, 07 May Reply

    Good info

  • Julie McClung
    Posted at 14:43h, 07 May Reply

    Awesome tips! I have loved both of these articles.

  • Heather Davis
    Posted at 14:43h, 07 May Reply

    Interesting read, will have to try some of those tips

  • Candice Thomas
    Posted at 14:44h, 07 May Reply

    This is good information, thank you !

  • Rhonda Inman
    Posted at 14:45h, 07 May Reply

    Thank you!

    • Cheryl Grose
      Posted at 17:54h, 07 May Reply

      Thank you

  • Candice Thomas
    Posted at 14:45h, 07 May Reply

    I’ve tried this and it helped a lot !

  • Tia Easton
    Posted at 14:46h, 07 May Reply

    Great tips

  • Pam White
    Posted at 14:46h, 07 May Reply

    Thank you.

  • Tyrone Judge II
    Posted at 14:46h, 07 May Reply

    Good read, some i already do

  • Rhonda Inman
    Posted at 14:46h, 07 May Reply

    This info was helpful!

  • Aaryn Crosby
    Posted at 14:47h, 07 May Reply


  • Lawrence Michael Garcia
    Posted at 14:47h, 07 May Reply

    Good article!

  • Tommy Crabtree
    Posted at 14:47h, 07 May Reply

    Great Article

  • James m davis
    Posted at 14:48h, 07 May Reply

    Read and found helpful

  • Stacey Short
    Posted at 14:48h, 07 May Reply

    Thank you for the tips.

  • Charles Calloway
    Posted at 14:49h, 07 May Reply


  • Amy K Kaser
    Posted at 14:49h, 07 May Reply


  • Brett Carmel
    Posted at 14:49h, 07 May Reply


  • Nina Graham
    Posted at 14:49h, 07 May Reply

    Very interesting, I see some mistakes I am making with my sleep patterns!

    • Ruth Ellen Allred
      Posted at 16:01h, 07 May Reply


  • Charles Calloway
    Posted at 14:50h, 07 May Reply

    ThankYou and the information was helpful.

  • Steven Mendoza
    Posted at 14:50h, 07 May Reply

    Thank you! This is very helpful!

  • Lula M Scott
    Posted at 14:51h, 07 May Reply

    Yes I truly agree with having a clean organized room, that’s why I sleep in a room by myself at night I need a cool clean room to rest in and my spouse like watch tv and heat. I have to have peace and quiet. I tell him it’s quiet time

  • Sharon Denny
    Posted at 14:52h, 07 May Reply

    Interesting,,,about the supplements! Thanks!

  • Melinda
    Posted at 14:53h, 07 May Reply

    Good information

  • Scott Wygant
    Posted at 14:53h, 07 May Reply

    Really enjoyed the article and had some great tips on helping with sleep.

  • Amy Edgemon
    Posted at 14:53h, 07 May Reply

    I do most of these.

  • Claudia Rojo
    Posted at 14:53h, 07 May Reply

    I am going to try Lavender 🙂

  • Jonas Parker
    Posted at 14:53h, 07 May Reply

    It Good for people

  • Hope Griffin
    Posted at 14:53h, 07 May Reply

    Planning trying some of this!

  • Shyquontereus Watson
    Posted at 14:53h, 07 May Reply

    Very helpful

  • Connie Cholensky
    Posted at 14:53h, 07 May Reply

    Great tips

  • Crystal Cool
    Posted at 14:54h, 07 May Reply

    I am going to try the melatonin

  • Kelli Berry
    Posted at 14:54h, 07 May Reply


  • Stacey Dennis
    Posted at 14:54h, 07 May Reply


  • Jonas Parker
    Posted at 14:54h, 07 May Reply

    It no Good to use

  • Jonas Parker
    Posted at 14:55h, 07 May Reply

    How do you use it

  • LaChelle Rininger
    Posted at 14:56h, 07 May Reply

    Take the melatonin at supper time for better results

  • Jonas Parker
    Posted at 14:56h, 07 May Reply

    Bad for you

  • Laurie Lierman
    Posted at 14:57h, 07 May Reply

    Great ideas!

  • Todd M Smith
    Posted at 14:58h, 07 May Reply

    Now that more like it !!!

  • Holly Michelle Green
    Posted at 15:01h, 07 May Reply

    Very interesting. Lots of supplements for sleep aid that I didn’t know about.

  • Shannon Purdy
    Posted at 15:02h, 07 May Reply

    Great advice, Will utilize some of the protips. Thanks

  • Brett Shortell
    Posted at 15:02h, 07 May Reply

    Very useful. Will try some of these out

  • Keonda Maness
    Posted at 15:02h, 07 May Reply

    I suffered from ankle injury that kept me up all night! This is great information!

  • Gary Burke
    Posted at 15:02h, 07 May Reply


  • Pamela S Wieber
    Posted at 15:02h, 07 May Reply

    Thank u

  • Kim Hetrick
    Posted at 15:03h, 07 May Reply


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    Posted at 15:03h, 07 May Reply

    More good info to read

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    Posted at 15:03h, 07 May Reply

    great info

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    Posted at 15:04h, 07 May Reply

    Great Information

  • Derick mitchell
    Posted at 15:04h, 07 May Reply

    Thanks for the tips

  • Rick Noble
    Posted at 15:05h, 07 May Reply

    The section on supplements is very helpful and worth trying.

  • Amanda Shows
    Posted at 15:05h, 07 May Reply

    Good info.

  • Lolita Whitley
    Posted at 15:06h, 07 May Reply

    I don’t have no problem in these environment.

  • Julia Haynes
    Posted at 15:07h, 07 May Reply

    Excellent read

  • Lesley Mason
    Posted at 15:07h, 07 May Reply

    I love the information !

  • justin part
    Posted at 15:08h, 07 May Reply

    good read

  • Jeremy Barrows
    Posted at 15:08h, 07 May Reply

    Very interesting.. I’ll definitely try some of these suggestions. Thanks!

  • Christine Owsley
    Posted at 15:08h, 07 May Reply

    Very informative

  • ILA Russell
    Posted at 15:10h, 07 May Reply

    I always use melatonin and it helps

  • Christopher Eubanks
    Posted at 15:13h, 07 May Reply

    This was a good article! Did not know many of the things discussed.

  • Tracy Donnalley
    Posted at 15:18h, 07 May Reply

    Great article

  • Brooks Douglass
    Posted at 15:20h, 07 May Reply

    Great article. I’ll share it with my wife. Thanks!

  • Lyndsay Myers
    Posted at 15:23h, 07 May Reply


  • lula green
    Posted at 15:27h, 07 May Reply

    Good article I was taking Melatonin a while back and was resting better. My family doctor told me about this. When I ran out forgot to get a refill; so I will be getting that today for a good night rest. Thanks so much for your weekly posts

  • Darryl Young
    Posted at 15:29h, 07 May Reply

    Good article.

  • Tracy sherrill
    Posted at 15:29h, 07 May Reply

    Sleep pretty good at night no problems

  • Darci Kells
    Posted at 15:29h, 07 May Reply


  • Angela watson
    Posted at 15:30h, 07 May Reply

    My husband used sleep aid for years sleep aid is bad on your liver so we looked for something that wasn’t bad on your body we found melatonin

  • Brenda L Nicholson
    Posted at 15:31h, 07 May Reply


  • William Connor
    Posted at 15:35h, 07 May Reply

    Thanks for the info

  • Pam Wells
    Posted at 15:45h, 07 May Reply

    Enjoyed this article, helpful information

  • Janet Watson
    Posted at 15:48h, 07 May Reply

    Thanks, good information

  • Danny LaFountain
    Posted at 16:03h, 07 May Reply


  • Cynthia Osborne
    Posted at 16:04h, 07 May Reply

    This was helpful and timely information.

  • Nestor Konditamde
    Posted at 16:08h, 07 May Reply

    Relevant tips. Thx

  • Artavius Harden
    Posted at 16:12h, 07 May Reply

    This was very useful thanks.

  • Brian Bailey
    Posted at 16:15h, 07 May Reply

    I turn the temp down at night to between 66 and 68 degrees. I sleep very well at that temperature. I have not tried the melatonin as of yet, but am interested in giving it a shot.

  • Leslie
    Posted at 16:18h, 07 May Reply


  • Leslie
    Posted at 16:18h, 07 May Reply

    Very Helpful

  • Bernadette Kniffin
    Posted at 16:30h, 07 May Reply

    Very Interesting.. Thanks for the info.

  • Freda Hunt
    Posted at 16:33h, 07 May Reply

    Very helpful information, thanks

  • Anthony Staley
    Posted at 16:37h, 07 May Reply


  • Joe Drake
    Posted at 16:44h, 07 May Reply

    thanks for the tips

  • Brandi Stroede
    Posted at 16:55h, 07 May Reply


  • Donna taliaferro
    Posted at 16:56h, 07 May Reply

    Good to know

  • James Hoit
    Posted at 16:58h, 07 May Reply

    I fully intend to try some of the supplements, but not all at once.

  • Hunter G
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  • Rose Davis
    Posted at 17:19h, 07 May Reply

    Thanks for this info

  • Sean staley
    Posted at 17:21h, 07 May Reply

    Done and done

  • Trudie Mitchell
    Posted at 17:29h, 07 May Reply

    good and simple info …

  • Donna Taliaferro
    Posted at 17:33h, 07 May Reply

    Good to know

    Posted at 17:41h, 07 May Reply

    All Good Ideas!

  • Shellyanne Rushdan
    Posted at 17:50h, 07 May Reply

    Thank you!

  • Sherry Murphy
    Posted at 17:55h, 07 May Reply


  • Kateika Barnes
    Posted at 18:08h, 07 May Reply

    Great Tips

  • Nicole
    Posted at 18:12h, 07 May Reply


  • Melissa Ray
    Posted at 18:18h, 07 May Reply

    Very helpful , great ideas

  • Steven Sherman
    Posted at 18:24h, 07 May Reply

    Thank you

    Posted at 18:49h, 07 May Reply

    The melatonin helps a lot especially when I’m not on duty

  • Betty Busey
    Posted at 19:02h, 07 May Reply

    Helpful tips

  • Timm McLagan
    Posted at 19:16h, 07 May Reply


  • Shelby York
    Posted at 20:45h, 07 May Reply

    Good read! Thank you!

  • Jeff Van Cleve
    Posted at 21:00h, 07 May Reply

    Good insight going to try one of them.

  • Charles Higgins
    Posted at 21:19h, 07 May Reply

    Thanks for the 10 tips

  • Andria Airhart
    Posted at 21:28h, 07 May Reply

    Great advice. Thank you!

  • Randy Hines
    Posted at 21:37h, 07 May Reply

    Thank a for the great info. Will try these

  • Mitchell Macarthur
    Posted at 21:49h, 07 May Reply

    For me sleeping in the colder temperature helps significantly. Also getting a bed that has a topper that cools your body temp also or sheets that do the same

  • A.W
    Posted at 21:55h, 07 May Reply

    Love these!

  • Katherine
    Posted at 21:58h, 07 May Reply

    Good Article

  • Ramiro Samayoa
    Posted at 22:14h, 07 May Reply

    Good information.

  • Howie Thompson
    Posted at 22:36h, 07 May Reply

    Melatonin helps me sleep

  • Leila Cordingley
    Posted at 22:47h, 07 May Reply

    Thanks for the information.

  • Cletona Alston
    Posted at 22:47h, 07 May Reply

    Very good information to know. My secret is…go to bed early to rise early with a plethora of energy.

  • Jeff Chadwick
    Posted at 23:00h, 07 May Reply

    Will have to try this

  • Syd Fees
    Posted at 23:13h, 07 May Reply

    Great article. I never thought about temperature. I knew noise affected my sleep.

  • Desmond Williams
    Posted at 23:18h, 07 May Reply

    Thank you

  • Christine Jones
    Posted at 23:35h, 07 May Reply

    Thank you this was very helpful

  • Mary Ella Johnson
    Posted at 23:39h, 07 May Reply


  • Bernadette Kniffin
    Posted at 23:56h, 07 May Reply

    Already read for credit yesterday and commented. Thanks!

  • Sedrick King
    Posted at 23:57h, 07 May Reply

    Sleep is most important thing a driver can have! Make sure you get a good amount of it.

  • Rachelle Gizinski
    Posted at 00:22h, 08 May Reply

    I have tried several of these methods and they do work

  • Annette Skoeries
    Posted at 00:34h, 08 May Reply

    Good to know!

  • Mayra Echeverria
    Posted at 00:35h, 08 May Reply


  • Teresa Dickson
    Posted at 01:06h, 08 May Reply

    Thank you, Teresa dickson

  • Teresa Dickson
    Posted at 01:07h, 08 May Reply

    Thank you, Teresa dickson

  • TobyKing
    Posted at 07:13h, 08 May Reply

    More great information
    Thank you

  • Amy Turner
    Posted at 07:36h, 08 May Reply

    Good info ty

  • Eunice Young
    Posted at 08:36h, 08 May Reply

    Very good learned alot

  • Wade Lannon Allen
    Posted at 09:07h, 08 May Reply

    Great info

  • Connie Donley
    Posted at 11:07h, 08 May Reply

    Very helpful.

  • Brandy Chandler
    Posted at 11:53h, 08 May Reply

    Thank you for the information

  • Valerie Elliott
    Posted at 12:18h, 08 May Reply

    Thanks for sharing even more helpful tips!

  • Joe Ibrahim
    Posted at 12:45h, 08 May Reply

    I have found that sleeping with your upper body elevated seems to help me sleep better and snore less. I’m working on cooling the room and maybe the melatonin.

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  • Hind
    Posted at 13:26h, 08 May Reply

    Good to know

  • Kevin K.
    Posted at 13:39h, 08 May Reply

    Good Info, Thank you

  • Donna henry
    Posted at 18:07h, 08 May Reply

    These will be very helpful thank you

  • Harrison H. Ross
    Posted at 18:07h, 08 May Reply

    Very good information, extremely informative.

  • Ben H Poitevint
    Posted at 18:15h, 08 May Reply


  • Sara Boyd
    Posted at 18:27h, 08 May Reply

    Very helpful!

    Posted at 18:32h, 08 May Reply


  • Melanie Duncan
    Posted at 19:16h, 08 May Reply

    Thank you!

  • carmen roe
    Posted at 19:58h, 08 May Reply

    Keeping the bedroom cool always helps

  • Linda
    Posted at 20:02h, 08 May Reply


  • Alexander
    Posted at 20:17h, 08 May Reply

    Interesting. I might have to look into this further and test it on myself.

  • Alexander
    Posted at 20:17h, 08 May Reply

    Neet, I might have to look into this further and test it on myself.

  • Jennifer Heim
    Posted at 20:59h, 08 May Reply

    Interesting! Have to try them.

  • Jonathan Upholz
    Posted at 21:38h, 08 May Reply

    I sometimes use lavender essential oil diffuser seems to help

  • terry king
    Posted at 23:19h, 08 May Reply

    Got it

  • Larry Jackson
    Posted at 01:08h, 09 May Reply

    This one was extremely helpful for me. One of the best

  • Twakena Handy
    Posted at 03:02h, 09 May Reply

    Very helpful!

  • Lisa Bennett
    Posted at 03:34h, 09 May Reply


  • Rance noce
    Posted at 09:41h, 09 May Reply


  • Lauren Bako
    Posted at 10:30h, 09 May Reply

    Great read!

  • Sandra Vicks
    Posted at 13:19h, 09 May Reply

    Thanks for the info. I’m working on getting
    into shape and resting.

  • Patti s
    Posted at 13:43h, 09 May Reply

    Will try some of these tip pass them on to others to help them as well everybody slept better the world just might be a better place

  • Emilie Dixon
    Posted at 13:47h, 09 May Reply

    The sound of rain allows me to sleep better. It may work for someone else. Great article

  • Darby Rouzee
    Posted at 14:57h, 09 May Reply

    I rarely have trouble sleeping, but I have tried lavender the few times I couldn’t get to sleep.

  • Hope Griffin
    Posted at 14:58h, 09 May Reply

    Great info!

  • Jennifer L Bowman
    Posted at 16:55h, 09 May Reply


  • Marla Cantway
    Posted at 18:45h, 09 May Reply

    Great info.

  • Elizabeth Fogleman
    Posted at 20:00h, 09 May Reply

    My experience confirms that the room temperature does really impact sleep! I’ve been both too cold and too warm (usually in a camping setting), and a good night’s sleep then is hard to come by..

  • Olivia Dumont
    Posted at 23:47h, 09 May Reply

    Thank you

  • Felicia baxter
    Posted at 00:36h, 10 May Reply

    Great info

  • Kristin Meschke
    Posted at 02:42h, 10 May Reply

    Great info!

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  • Toni Bullitt
    Posted at 14:15h, 10 May Reply

    I agree with these protips & another is coconut oil & meat helps RELAXATION. Get dried chips in a cup, pour boiling water over them, it’s already sweet.

  • Donnie Thomas
    Posted at 19:55h, 10 May Reply

    Read and congratulate

  • Jackie
    Posted at 19:56h, 11 May Reply

    Great tips!

  • Fred Hanks
    Posted at 21:00h, 11 May Reply

    Good info

  • Cynthia Rolik
    Posted at 02:52h, 12 May Reply

    Thank you for the tips

  • Cynthia Rolik
    Posted at 02:53h, 12 May Reply

    Very interesting article

  • Cynthia Rolik
    Posted at 02:54h, 12 May Reply

    I really enjoyed reading this article.

  • Karen Brewer
    Posted at 03:03h, 12 May Reply

    Good information- I need to work on getting more sleep!

  • Rudyard Sylveria Baker
    Posted at 06:43h, 12 May Reply

    Great, thanks so much

  • Debra Bateson
    Posted at 20:12h, 12 May Reply

    Very good information

  • Derek Chapman
    Posted at 18:59h, 13 May Reply

    the bed room temperature makes a lot of sense about it being to warm or what not, may need to look into this being that I’m from Arizona

  • Deborah Anthony
    Posted at 20:20h, 13 May Reply

    All of these are good tips. Also, cut off watching screens an hour or so before bedtime.

  • Shura Iskhakova
    Posted at 00:40h, 14 May Reply

    Good Thanks

  • Robin Thomas
    Posted at 10:31h, 14 May Reply


  • steve plum
    Posted at 13:55h, 14 May Reply

    Good info

  • Kelly Pitts
    Posted at 14:54h, 14 May Reply

    Great information. Thank you.

  • Lindsey Napoleon
    Posted at 15:17h, 14 May Reply

    Not to sure about melatonin.

  • Virginia Laborn
    Posted at 15:25h, 14 May Reply

    Thank for the tips cause I work crazy hours but sometimes I can listen to Relaxing music and I can fall asleep easy

  • Sherri Stoltzfus
    Posted at 15:26h, 14 May Reply

    Thank you

  • Donna taliaferro
    Posted at 16:28h, 14 May Reply

    I sure needed that

  • Christina Woodfork
    Posted at 16:48h, 14 May Reply

    Melatonin is good. I don’t feel tired the next day.

  • Reva Horne
    Posted at 22:12h, 14 May Reply

    Thanks for this information

  • sharon smith
    Posted at 23:15h, 14 May Reply

    good article, thanks

  • James J Rocco
    Posted at 23:25h, 14 May Reply

    Short but to the point. Good tips to add to what was learned in the first article on sleeping better.

  • Zachary Stivers
    Posted at 00:33h, 15 May Reply

    I always sleep better when it’s cooler in my room. The Mrs uses melatonin, I’ve never had to though.

  • Irene Durr
    Posted at 13:43h, 15 May Reply

    Going to try a supplement

  • Shayla Blakeney
    Posted at 14:08h, 15 May Reply

    I suffer with a lot of sleepless nights. I will definitely use the tips for better rest. Thanks

  • Derek P Bornhorst
    Posted at 16:51h, 15 May Reply


  • Jim Cosby
    Posted at 09:32h, 16 May Reply


  • Jeff Chadwick
    Posted at 12:46h, 16 May Reply

    Good pillows also help

  • Sandra Vicks
    Posted at 15:37h, 16 May Reply

    A good night sleep and plenty of sunshine.
    Remember to visit your doctor regularly.
    You must take care of yourself

  • Lori
    Posted at 17:31h, 16 May Reply

    The information on how alcohol impacts sleep was very informative and definitely contrary to what most people seem to believe

  • Anisha Welch
    Posted at 17:40h, 17 May Reply

    The melatonin has definitely worked out really well for me!

  • Terri Beaver
    Posted at 18:30h, 17 May Reply

    Thank you the tips

  • Franca Pasquale
    Posted at 15:22h, 18 May Reply

    Good read!! thank you

  • Franklyn Emerson
    Posted at 23:21h, 19 May Reply

    Can I just eat Turkey. ..

  • David Morris
    Posted at 23:59h, 20 May Reply

    Good information. Won’t you just call me then it’ll drive by itself in like 10 minutes

  • Mike Garner
    Posted at 00:18h, 21 May Reply

    I read it. .. thank you

  • Shalicia Richards
    Posted at 16:36h, 21 May Reply

    I think taking a supplement or drinking sleepy time tea has helped me in the past. I definitely agree the temperature and atmosphere of your room impacts your sleep. I cannot be too hot or too cold at night.

  • Donna taliaferro
    Posted at 16:48h, 21 May Reply

    Good information

  • Edward Fiffick
    Posted at 11:28h, 27 May Reply

    Good to read a lot if helpful hints ..although some weren’t back by much scientific fact.

  • Kristi Harris
    Posted at 18:26h, 30 May Reply

    My husband has a hard time sleeping at night. I sleep, but not a real REM sleep. We have the room temp at 73…we both like that temp. However, he drinks before bed and snoring is definitely present. He has also been diagnosed with sleep apnea. I try to get him take Melatonin before bed, but he states that he doesn’t like medication, even natural ones.

    What can I do? I will try melatonin for myself, and see if that aids me in reaching my REM sleep. If not, I will try the other remedies like the ginko…I am not a fan of lavender.

    I will try each of these, to see if I can assist my husband and myself in a more peaceful sleep. VERY useful information. Thanks.

  • Ericka Cooks
    Posted at 03:03h, 31 May Reply

    Very informative

  • Robin Ousley
    Posted at 13:20h, 09 June Reply

    Thanks for the tips

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