Creating an ideal environment for sleep is one step toward ensuring a restful night.
Those extra hours of daylight in the summer contribute to sleep problems experienced by many Americans, experts say.
The Loyola University Health System team offers tips on how to get a good night's sleep.
At least an hour before bedtime, start quieting down and relaxing. Don't exercise or do any other vigorous activities. Turn off hand-held devices and remove them from the room. Darken the room and create a comfortable environment in terms of temperature, bedding, mattress and sleepwear. ...