Keep regular sleep hours
Going to bed when you feel tired and getting up at roughly the same time helps teach your body to sleep better. Try to avoid napping where possible.
Create a restful environment
Dark, quiet and cool environments generally make it easier to fall asleep and stay asleep.
Move more to sleep better
Being active can help you sleep better. Remember to avoid vigorous activity near bedtime if it affects your sleep.
If you are lying awake unable to sleep, do not force it. Get up and do something relaxing for a bit, and return to bed when you feel sleepier.
Put down the pick-me-ups
Caffeine and alcohol can stop you falling asleep and prevent deep sleep. Try to cut down on alcohol and avoid caffeine close to bedtime.
Write down any worries
If you often lie awake worrying about tomorrow, set aside time before bed to make a list for the next day. This can help to put your mind at rest.