What is your sleep setting like?
I would make sure it is:
-Peaceful (as much as possible with kiddos around)
-TV, smartphone and computer free
-Bedding and pillows that you like (for me this means the bed is made, something I only recently realized.)
Don't eat right before bed, cut caffeine out after the morning and don't work out in the evening but make sure you get some regular exercise. My husband started going to sleep earlier when he dropped his afternoon and evening coffees.
Consider taking melatonin.
I have struggled with insomnia, like stay awake till 5AM or thereabouts. Cleaning up my diet and creating "good sleep hygiene" has really helped. I have a little ritual about bedtime now that I try to stick to when I can. Make some herbal tea, get into my pjs, take my vitamins, wash my face, brush my teeth, get into bed, drink tea, maybe read something for a few minutes (on paper), turn off lamp, then sleep. Obviously marriage and family life means that I can get 1/2 way through this and have to get up and do something else etc but having a consistent pattern helped me train myself to fall asleep better.
Katie, mama to a pair of boys one little and one not so little.
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