2. Stay busy during the day.
If you demand a lot of physical and mental exercise from yourself throughout the day, when you hit your bed at night, you will have only one option: sleep. Therefore, an excellent way to avoid night anxiety is to not leave room for it to settle in. Lying down on your bed with your body and mind exhausted by the day’s activities will lead to a restful sleep. Try out some additional sports activities and hobbies to see you through the day and night.
3. Have a nighttime routine.
Although boredom has a bad reputation, it can sometimes be helpful. We all like to have fun, but if we want to rest, it needs to come to a stop. Human beings are creatures of habit. If you get used to a nighttime routine, with fixed times for eating, washing dishes, having tea, and going to bed, you’ll naturally fall asleep. Sleeping at the same time also helps us regulate our circadian rhythm, which will lead us to sleep more naturally and beneficially.