Getting lots of daylight is also really important for your body’s rhythm, as well as your overall sense of wellbeing, as it increases serotonin levels.
Try putting your desk close to the window, take a stroll outside during your work breaks and keep the curtains open during the day. Daylight also nourishes us with Vitamin D. Your circadian rhythm likes to know day from night, so giving enough clues really helps you get a good night’s sleep.
Playing calming music during your preparations for bed can be really soothing. Try creating playlists of your favourite calming music, preferably without words. This can do wonders to create a sense of peace and tranquillity, which is important for a restful slumber.