2. Light Therapy
A relaxing massage, more often than not, is all that you need to be able to sleep better. According to the National Institutes of Health, massage can be an effective way to find relief from stress and fatigue, making it possible to improve the quality of your sleep.
In addition, it can also reduce the occurrence of problems related to insomnia, such as anxiety and headache. To make it even more effective, it is important to make sure that the right strokes are being executed and the right parts of the body are being targeted. While having a massage, an aroma diffuser can also help to help you sleep quicker and deeper.