- Stop all technological activity 60 minutes before lights-out time! Set a timer to keep you on track or enlist a member of the house to help you remember to turn off the TV, laptop and put the phone down!
- If you know you need to have an emotional conversation, or if you notice that you tend to have these discussions at night, try scheduling time for them earlier in the evenings or picking a different time of day.1
- Keep your bedroom dark and quiet to help get you ready for sleep and listen to quiet, soothing music or read a book using a low light. Ensure a restful night’s sleep by investing in a mattress that supports your spine and fits your comforts needs.
- Meditation and other mindfulness exercises, including visualization and breathing, can ease night-time worries and help you fall asleep more quickly. Aim to gently focus your attention on to your breath, allowing negative thoughts to pass like clouds in the sky.
- Live a healthy lifestyle that promotes sleep. Drink a moderate amount of caffeine and stop by 2pm. Limit alcohol consumption, especially close to bedtime. Exercise regularly, ideally during the afternoon or early evening. For better sleep, use the S+ app to track how your lifestyle habits interact with your sleep quality.
- Keep the technology out of the bedroom. Since you’re using S+, you’ll want to keep your smartphone nearby—but don’t check those messages! Turn off any “new message” alerts to keep you from reaching for your phone during the night or in the early morning.1 If it’s too tempting
 ResMed. A Guide to Getting to Bed on Time. 9th February 2016. Read more here: http://splus.resmed.com/a-guide-to-getting-to-bed-on-time/
 ResMed. Darkness Matters – How Light Affects Sleep. 9th February 2016.Read more here: http://splus.
 Sleep Council UK. The Great British Bedtime Report. 2013. https://www.sleepcouncil.org.uk/wp-content/