About one to two hours before you go to bed he recommends including a magnesium supplement like mbg’s sleep support + in your routine.
“Most of the time, people don’t sleep because their minds are still spinning. So we have to find a way to calm it down, which is why I like magnesium,” he explains. Magnesium is an essential mineral and certain forms of it can help improve sleep quality, support a healthy circadian rhythm and promote a stable state of relaxation. Read product reviews here. *
On top of that, he suggests turning off the lights an hour or two before bedtime to signal to the body that sleep is near. “I find that lighting is one of the most important things,” he added. “If you’re going to bed at 10pm and have trouble sleeping, you can start turning off the lights at 8pm.” Making sure the temperature is between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit also helps prepare the body for sleep, he says.
And if you are particularly stressed, William suggests doing something calm, such as meditating, bathing or showering, reading or listening to the sounds of nature. (You can see more of his tips for better sleep here!)