One of the biggest distractions to getting a good night’s sleep is noise. Try to cut out night-time noise when you go to bed, even if it means wearing ear plugs. Sleep is a regenerative time, but you need some uninterrupted hours for your body to restore itself.
Ageing can blur your waking and sleeping patterns, but numerous researchers have found that the hormone melatonin can enhance longevity, promote deep and restful sleep, slow cell damage and ageing, as well as support the immune system and improve energy levels. Enhance your natural levels of melatonin by always going to sleep in the dark.