Sleep, natures Nootropic.
Interrupted sleep is worse than not getting enough sleep. 
8 hours of sleep is often cited as optimal, but new research from Johns Hopkins found that after just two nights of poor sleep, subjects who were woken up several times throughout the night had worse moods compared to those who slept for less time overall but weren’t interrupted.
Certain types of exercise promote better sleep 
Being active is important for sleep, however, more intense forms of exercise are more effective. Research at the university of Pennsylvania found that intense workouts like bicycling, running, or weight lifting lead to better sleep than low intensity activity like walking.
Unplug in the evenings 
The reality is, it is near impossible to escape our devices. From the laptop, to the smart phone and the tablet, these are the tools of today. While our devices have opened a new frontier in learning, entrepreneurship, entertainment, they have also wreaked havoc on our sleep, and potentially our health.
Meditation promotes better sleep quality 
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