Have enough sleep, at least 8 hours a night. If you struggle with sleeping, practice sleep hygiene practices such as:
- Have a consistent bedtime schedule.
- Limit naps during the day.
- Avoid caffeine beyond 12noon.
- Budget a 30min wind down time before bedtime with calming activities such as reading, stretching, soft music, dimming your lights, unplugging from electronics.
Build a consistent and daily exercise routine. Exercise is a scientifically proven way to improve sleep quality and increase your energy level. Exercise to the point you would be sweating daily for at least 30 minutes.
Form a habit of practicing mindfulness activities. Learn to use breathing exercises to slow down and be aware of your mental, emotional and physical states. Practice viewing yourself from a third person perspective like watching a movie of yourself, and describe your thoughts, feelings and actions out loud. Practice responding intelligently and slowly rather than reacting to situations.