Secure a good sleep
This seems so obvious, because if you did not sleep well the previous night, you will most likely feel tired the next day.
A good half of Americans have a bad dream at some periods of their lives, and an astonishingly large number of people 35 million complain of chronic insomnia. Scientists believe that sleep disorder is a common reaction to changes in our lives, from problems at work to serious illnesses. For most of us, normal sleep is restored as soon as daytime problems are resolved, that is, when the source of anxiety disappears or things start to go smoothly.
If at some point you start to sleep poorly, use the simple tips given by Patricia Prince, Ph.D., a professor of psychiatry at the University of Washington School of Medicine.
Avoid drinking coffee, cola, or other caffeinated drinks after 6 or 7 pm.
Go to bed at the same time.
Do regular exercise.
Do not drink alcohol after dinner. Alcohol has a bad effect on sleep.