3. Working Out At Night
A little exercise before bed isn’t a bad idea as it can earn your body out to prepare for bed. However, what you shouldn’t do is engage in an extreme workout that gets your blood flowing. It takes much longer for your body to come down from this high, so you’re more likely to find yourself lying awake in bed.
Avoid high-intensity workouts at least three hours before bed, or engage in lower intensity exercises that will keep your body fit but won’t kick your adrenaline into overdrive.