Our body has no on-off switch. Therefore, it’s important to prepare it slowly for the night's rest. Of course, you can do this with a soothing herbal tea or hot milk with honey, but lighting plays an even more important role. It has been proven that we fall asleep less easily if we are exposed to intense, bluish light until shortly before going to bed. Your bedtime routine should therefore focus on a warm-white to reddish light. Similar to a sunset.
For your bedtime routine, choose a time when you want to go into relaxation mode on an average evening during the week. If, for example, you have to get up early, your routine may start at 8 pm, and for night owls it may not start until 11 pm. Pay attention to what suits you and your daily routine best. Under the "Task" item, you now select a warm and dimmed light for the devices and rooms you want to control. For example, with an intensity of 60%.
You can then set further routines that dim the light further and further down. With your last routine, you then define the time to switch off the light completely. Good night and sleep well!