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WarningThe following content is from my observations related to body communication. None of it has been tested in a lab setting yet. This is not medical advice.
While rebuilds are conducive to sleep, most bodily needs are not conducive to sleep. For this reason, if you find yourself in bed for a while and unexpectedly not falling asleep, the source tends to be a need trying to pull on your attention. Start iterating through all possible needs to determine the actions required to eliminate all major needs. If a need cannot be taken care of, communicate that to your body in some form and handle alternatives if possible. Once all needs are handled, sleep should come easy.