(HealthDay News) -- When you work the night shift, it may be difficult to fall asleep during the daylight hours.
The National Sleep Foundation offers these suggestions:
- At the end of your shift and during your drive home, wear dark glasses to help your internal clock adjust.
- Use shades or curtains to darken your bedroom while you sleep.
- Keep the bedroom quiet with a white noise machine, fan or earplugs.
- Set the thermostat so your bedroom is cooler during the day.
- If you share the home, put a sign on the door that asks others to be quiet.
- Don't drink alcohol before bed, and cut out caffeine for several hours before you sleep.
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