Great, practical advice!
I recently gave a Funzing talk on how to improve your sleep. A few attendees asked for a summary and so here are 10 main points. I discuss all of this in depth in Night School, and will be giving another Funzing talk on the topic in London in June.
Avoid the blues: When your eyes are exposed to light, your brain produces less of the sleep-inducing hormone melatonin. Light towards the blue end of the spectrum is especially stimulating and computer screens, tablets, smartphones and LED lighting all emit a lot of blue light. Try not to use these devices in the two hours before you go to bed. If you must use them, turn down the brightness or wear amber-tinted glasses designed to block blue light.
Avoid nightcaps: Although a small amount of alcohol helps you get to sleep more quickly, it also gives you a more…
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