It can be difficult for someone with alcohol addiction to get a good night’s sleep, especially during the early stages of recovery. Here are some tips that may help them get better sleep:

Establish a regular sleep routine: Encourage them to go to bed and wake up at the same time every day, even on weekends.

Create a sleep-conducive environment: Make sure the room is dark, cool, and quiet. Remove any distractions such as televisions and electronic devices.

Avoid caffeine and nicotine: These substances can interfere with sleep. Encourage them to limit or eliminate their use.

Practice relaxation techniques: Encourage them to practice relaxation techniques such as deep breathing, meditation, or progressive muscle relaxation to help them fall asleep.

Exercise: Encourage them to exercise regularly, but avoid strenuous exercise in the evening, as it can interfere with sleep.

Consider natural sleep aids: Encourage them to talk to their doctor about natural sleep aids such as melatonin or valerian root.

It is important to note that if their insomnia persists or is causing significant distress, they should consult with their healthcare provider to identify any underlying medical conditions or potential side effects of medications that may be contributing to their sleep difficulties.