Caution: You probably aren’t sleeping well, and the potential for health problems is escalating. A recent study on sleep health reveals only about 7% of respondents report getting 8 hours of sleep or more each night, with most reporting only getting about 5. Such loss of sleep reduces the body’s ability to rest, recuperate, and grow. More than just the physical body are affected, however. Studies also show that sleep deprivation causes a decline in mental abilities like focus, attention, motivation, and overall emotional well-being. Fortunately, there are several ways to train the body to get a full night’s rest each evening. A sleep schedule is an important first step, as going to bed and waking up at the same time each day helps the body set its own internal “sleep clock.” Other factors that significantly impact sleep quality include linens, bedtime ritual (or lack thereof), naps, nutrition, and more. Follow these 7 tips from the editors of the Select Air Blog, and train your body to