We need darkness at night-time to release another hormone called Melatonin. Try to dim down some of the lights in your house and stay away from digital devices an hour before you go to bed.
We need to drop our core body temperature by about two to three degrees to fall asleep and stay asleep. This is why you will always find it easier to fall asleep in a room that is a little bit cold rather than too hot.
A Winddown Routine
Establish a winddown routine before you go into bed. Do anything that can become a routine or ritual to relax you; skincare, meditation, reading a book or having a hot bath or shower.
Dr. Macrene shares her nighttime skincare routine and favorite product for beautiful glowing skin overnight — High Performance Face Serum
Dr. Macrene's Bedside Beauty Essentials1. "I always have my incense crystals, my lavender oil, and my silk eye mask in case my son is up late. Sometimes I keep a bouquet of fresh flowers beside me if it’s a scent I desire. I believe in aromatherapy, and you witness beautiful dreams if you smell beautiful essential oils or flowers. Finally, I have an air-filter device by my bedside that I use sporadically; it is essential when you have animals in the home and to keep the air free of any mold spores or particles."