Wearing socks to bed can help reduce the amount of times you wake up during the night.
USE A WEIGHTED BLANKET
Ever think about why we even use blankets at all if we can set the temperature? The feeling of something heavier on top of us provides comfort, and Deep Touch Pressure stimulation has been shown to help increase serotonin & melatonin to promote sleep, and reduce cortisol or stress.
SLEEP IN INCREMENTS OF 90 MINUTES
Sleep cycles all last 90 minutes, so to get the most bang for your buck on sleep, try to get as many full cycles in as possible. For most of us, that would be 6, 7.5, or maybe even 9 hours if we're super lucky. Make sure to account for the amount of time it may take you to go to sleep.
All you have to do is touch your tongue to the place behind your top front teeth and adopt the following breathing pattern: 1) Breathe in through your nose nose for 4 seconds 2) Hold your breath for 7 seconds 3) Blow the air out of your mouth making a "whoosh" sound for 8 seconds. Repeat that process three times. This method delivers more oxygen to the parasympathetic nervous system, which calms you down in stressful situations... like when you can't get to sleep!