I was recently interviewed by WebMD about one of my hobbies.

Nouraee, who lives in a suburb of Atlanta, made some changes that typically lead to better sleep – not eating close to bedtime, drinking less alcohol, and decreasing evening screen time. He also cut down on caffeine, switching from black to decaffeinated tea. And he sets his watch to vibrate 15 minutes before bedtime as a reminder to start winding down.

“I’ve absolutely changed my behavior. It worked,” he said. He now gets deeper sleep.

Everybody’s good at something. Turns out I’m very good at lying still in my bed for eight hours at a time.

Read more about how sleep technologies can help you get a better rest on WebMD.