Sleep can be amazing — particularly if you've been pulling all-nighters
lately — but if you're experiencing some problems with getting
shut-eye lately, you may need to
get a better sleep routine. There are many potential reasons that your sleep may be disturbed or non-existent,
experts tell Bustle, and many of them start with how you wind down at night.
"There are physiologic factors involved, such as presence of sleep
apnea, restless leg syndrome, circadian rhythm disorders, and others,"
Dr. Vernon Williams, MD, a sports neurologist and founder of the Center for Sports Neurology and
Pain Medicine at
Cedars-Sinai Kerlan-Jobe Institute in Los Angeles, tells Bustle. "There are work-related factors, such
as early morning and overnight shifts, work-related travel, and jet-lag,
and there are environmental factors, which individuals can adjust to improve
their sleep efficiency."
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