Sleep is critical for recovery, stress relief, and long-term physical and mental health. If you look for information about “sleep hygiene” there are an abundance of lists of tips that may help you. I recommend the following:

Getting long nights of high-quality sleep get’s harder as you age. The best thing you can do is set yourself up for success and protect the time you need to stay rested.

  1. I have been observing my sleep quality using an on-wrist fitness tracker for years. In my experience, even one drink late in the day can cause a poor night of sleep.