Depression and sleep problems are closely linked. People with insomnia , for example, may have a tenfold higher risk of developing depression than people who get a good night's sleep. And among people with depression, 75 percent have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep.
A few tips to help get a better nights sleep:
Turn off all electronics 90 minutes before bedtime.
Keep cell phones out of the bedroom.
Read a book or meditate before bed.
Keep lights dark in the bedroom.
No caffeine after 4pm.
Just remember, your bedroom should be a dedicated Zen palace of sleep and relaxation.