Watch Your Caffeine Consumption
Now that your routine and room temperature are set, be sure to check your caffeine habits. If you need caffeine to get your day started, be sure to have it before 10 a.m. Dr. Avidan advised. "Caffeine can last for as long as six to eight hours and it can disrupt the sleep architecture," he explained. Here are 15 caffeine-free foods that can boost your energy.