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Sleeplessness is a common struggle for people who are about to get married. The excitement may keep anyone from getting their precious beauty sleep.

1. Pull the plug early.

Turn off any device that can alert the brain. Hit the sheets with dimmer and ambient light to help the mind and body relax for sleep.

2. Set a bedtime and exercise routine

Have a daily fitness regimen part of the planning process. Exercise can reduce stress and make you feel tired and sleepy during night.

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3. Manage your multitasking

Chronic multitasking can put anyone at risk of high cortisol levels that can make anyone sleepless, prone to meltdowns and short-tempered.

4. Make time for meditation

Calm yourself using the four-seven-eight breathing visualization technique before going to bed. It can free anyone from the stress of preparation.

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5. Keep hormones in check

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Brides and grooms that are too busy suffer from a stress hormone called cortisol that prevents sleep. Balance your internal clock to avoid this.

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