In Ayurveda, sleep is considered one of the three pillars (or necessities) of life, along with food and sex. There are some Ayurveda remedies for insomnia
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Start winding down a couple of hours before bedtime. Avoid TV, the computer, loud music, and looking at your smartphone screen; all of which are too stimulating for the mind before bed.
Finish your dinner 3 hours before bedtime so that process of digestion doesn’t interrupt your sleep.
Create a bedtime routine; whether that be a bath, meditation, or your own form of quiet time. This will put your body in the sleeping mindset.
Drink either: a warm glass of milk (cow, almond, or milk) with a pinch of nutmeg; or a warm glass of milk infused with 10 strands of saffron to induce sleep.