>> Pack your iPod and some favorite mellow tunes. Music can help relax you after an adrenaline-filled day.
>> Use earplugs to tune out snoring partners and flapping tents.
>> Cover your eyes. Get a multipurpose Buff (also use it as a headband, hat, gaiter, and more). Starts at $14 (buff.es).
>> Camp near white noise, like the steady, soothing sound of a river or waterfall.
>> Hike farther. Exhaustion equals sleep.
>> Pack your pillowcase from home. The familiarity can help you sleep better.
>> Match your bag and pad to your sleeping style. Mummy shapes work best for back sleepers; thrashers and side-curlers will want a roomier bag and wider pad.
>> Go to bed warm. Do a few situps or pushups before getting in the sack.
>> Avoid caffeine and alcohol before bed, and drink water instead to stay hydrated.
>> Stick to routine. Go to sleep at your normal bedtime hour.