How to Improve Your Sleep During COVID-19

Updated: May 23, 2020

One of the most common struggles I have been hearing lately is that individuals have been having a hard time falling asleep and/or staying asleep since the onset of the coronavirus.

This makes sense, considering many people are dealing with changes in their day to day routines. There’s also a lot of thoughts and worries circling around, which can make it hard to relax and fall asleep.

But not getting adequate sleep over time can lead to mental & physical health issues, such as anxiety, difficulty with concentration and focus, irritability, etc. Just ask any new parent who’s waking up every few hours.

If you need a little help improving your sleep right now, here are 5 tips that can help:

Keep A Routine (as much as you can)

The best way to fall asleep easily is to wake up as the same time every day. Our bodies and brains thrive on structure and routine, so maintaining a sleep schedule will make it easier to get restful sleep each night.

Sleep training is a very common and effective method for getting infants on a sleep schedule. Our son is 7 months