To a certain extent, you can "hack your sleep" - in effect, conduct self-experiments to see what aspects you can affect and by how much. This section is a cook-book of methods, some tried and true and others a little more out there, but if you're looking for a sleep boost one of these just might do the trick.
Go to bed late, only to drag your body out of ben in time for that 9am job? Work a swing shift three days, then the night shift? Is your sleep all messed up as a result? Learn how taking control of your sleep schedule -and different ways to do so - can help set things right.
Chronic illness, pain, or underlying health issues are no joke - and neither is learning how to manage them. The good news is that better quality sleep can often have a positive impact on any health issues and vice-verse.
Where you sleep has just as much of an effect on your sleep quality as what you eat. Light, noise, temperature, and movement are important factors in a good night's rest, so learn about the best ways to prepare your bedroom and your home.