How to sleep: A doctor's top four recommendations to easily fall asleep

Dr Patel suggests putting a blue light filter on your gadgets or putting on some yellow tinted glasses.

“Better still, switch yourself off from all gadgets one hour before bedtime and enjoy a wind down routine instead.”

Tip four – read, journal or meditate

Dr Patel recommends doing an activity that relaxes you before bedtime, such as reading, journalling or meditating.

“Did you know, stroking a pet has been shown to release the hormone oxytocin,” Dr Patel stated.


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