Getting a good night’s sleep can be challenging through the Christmas season. Here are some quick tips to improving the quality and quantity of your sleep. 1. Try to have a quiet or down time 1 hour before you go to bed. 2. Avoid bright lights within an hour of bedtime as these will reduce your melatonin – the hormone that puts you to sleep. 3. Eat sparingly within 2 hours of bedtime as sleeping on a full stomach will keep you from a sound sleep and reduce your body’s ability to repair and detoxify itself through the night. 4. Try to fall asleep and wake up at the same time every day. 5. If you have chronic sleep problems, consider taking a high quality Melatonin supplement. 6. If you have a late night and don’t get a decent sleep AND you can fit it into your day, have an afternoon nap. Want more tips on a good night’s sleep? Provide a comment below and I’ll be happy to send you a full report on this.