11. Quit That Smoking Habit
You probably have more than enough reasons to quit smoking, but did you know that it can seriously interfere with your sleep? Nicotine is a stimulant and it can prevent you from falling asleep. Additionally, regular smokers get withdrawal symptoms at night because it’s practically necessary to go for at least a few hours without a smoke during your sleep time. According to Prevention, smokers are four times more likely than non-smokers to not feel rested after a night’s sleep. Plus, smoking makes sleep apnea and other breathing disorders worse. The good news is that when you do quit, the withdrawal symptoms that keep you up at night will be over and done with in approximately three nights.