During the day make sure you drink plenty or water, eat a varied, unprocessed diet and get exposure to day light, go outside, or at least sit near a window. In the evening reduce blue light in the evening – which means no devices at least one hour before bed, that means no TV, tablets, phones, laptops, desktops etc at least one hour before bed!
Avoid day time napping, sit and relax instead with a book or hobby.
Instead there are things to do. Establish a routine about an hour before bed, maybe have a warm drink like Pukka Night Time, Sleep Tea or Milk (no caffeine at least 6 hours before bed). Or have a warm shower or bath if you prefer. Put on looser clothes for sleeping in and do something that you find relaxing like reading, meditating or perhaps even some knitting. – at least an hour before try to go to bed at the same time each night and wake up at a similar time each morning.
Valerian, Lime Blossom, Passionflower and Lavender all have medicinal properties that enhance sleep. I often recommend eating kiwis as well in the evening, sounds weird but over the years many of my patients have said it has helped them sleep better.
Finally, sex either with your partner or on your own is a great way to fall asleep, so happy dreams everyone!