1. 8 hours of straight sleep
2. A bedtime of 10 to10:30 p.m. (the more time before midnight the better)
3. A room that's not too hot or too cold
4. A room free of electromagnetic pollution (t.v., cellphones, etc.)
5. A pre-bed meal that is right for your body (not too filling but not too little either)
6. Correct body positioning to facilitate sleep
If you put these six tips in a bowl and mix on medium until fluffy you will have a heck of a recipe for quality, recovery inducing sleep.