Some nights, falling into a peaceful, deep sleep seems like it's never going to happen. You can't get comfortable, you find yourself tossing and turning, and, before you know it, it's 2 a.m. Rather than watching those precious hours slip away, fitness expert and yoga instructor Jill Miller suggests taking two minutes before bedtime to do an exercise that can actually help you sleep better through the night.
Speaking with #OWNSHOW, Miller explains that people who work desk jobs are especially prone to these types of sleepless nights. "A lot of us spend our workdays seated at a desk. The tension you build during the day can impact the quality of your sleep at night," she says in the above video.