Trouble going to sleep or wide awake at night? Been there, dreamt that! Here our some of our own anti-insomnic tips for a good night's sleep, tested and approved.
Celine: I try to avoid artificial, blue lightning about an hour before going to bed, I heard it's supposed to be good for the melatonine, which makes us sleepy when it gets dark. Create rituals and try to stick to them. This could be, drinking tea ('sleepy time tea' to be specific), reading a few pages in a book,...
Caro: Alcohol! (laughs)
Side note: you must've experienced yourselves: alcohol makes you fall asleep within the second, but is inferior for your sleeping quality. Second chance, Caro!
Caro: Ok, ok; drink tea, brush your teeth and wash your face, spend some time in the bathroom. Apart from that, to reduce the late night pondering, try making a to-do list and set up a positive goal for the next day (read everything we learned from Miracle Morning, here).
Elise: Invest in a set of opaque curtains and 15454 sets of ear plugs. Nothing beats a dark quiet room with little distractions. And then there's tea, to-do lists and tequila (once in a while).