We all have those nights where we cannot just fall asleep! One important tip that will help you is dimming the lights before you go to bed. The lower level of light actually begins to help your brain produce melatonin, which is a hormone that puts us to sleep. By lowering the levels of light, you are signaling to your body that it’s time to go to bed. Preparing your body for sleep will help you feel drowsy and ready for sleep once you turn the light off. 
Turn off all artificial lights! Artificial lights from electronic devices and TVs will actually stimulate your brain and stop melatonin from producing thus keeping you awake.
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