GOOD NIGHT, SLEEP WELL
Not being able to sleep starts out as frustration and can quickly become magnified into sleep deprivation — a well-documented
(elsewhere) condition caused by many factors.
That is not being addressed here.
Sleep disorders aside, a good sleep can be largely assured with a consistent routine applied in the style of the 80:20 rule. …
There are times in everyone's life when sleep patterns are interrupted by temporary events — prior to travel; living with a newborn; worry; illness; night(s) before a milestone event … At those times it is normal to experience too little or troubled sleep.
Establishing and practicing a regular sleep routine is a self-care responsibility that protects against short-term sleep disruptions.