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These 6 Things Will Bring You a Great Night’s Sleep | TIME

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6) Keeping a consistent sleep and wake schedule is more important than you think. Shifting Daylight Savings Time around lowers SAT scores. Jet lag can be devastating to performing at your best.

“Sleeping on it” does improve decision making and can help you follow through on your goals.

1) Exercise during the day promotes good sleep at night.

The best predictor of quality sleep was maintaining a room temperature in a narrow band between 60 and 66 degrees Fahrenheit (or 16 to 19 degrees Celsius).

3) Avoid light before bed, and that includes TV’s and computers.

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