Rock a Pair of Blue Light-Blocking Glasses
Speaking of blue light, this tip is going to make you feel like a real nerd. But hey — you’ll be a nerd who gets awesome sleep. Researchers from the University of Houston College of Optometry found those who sported blue light-blocking glasses a few hours before bedtime had a 58 percent increase in their melatonin levels, which helped their sleep schedule all-around. That means you can still use digital devices — whether it’s your phone or the TV — at night without it messing with your sleep.