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Get Better Sleep and Start Mornings Strong With the "10-3-2-1-0" Formula

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Get Better Sleep and Start Mornings Strong With the "10-3-2-1-0" Formula
A productive day starts with a great morning, and you can't have a great morning if you didn't get any rest the night before. This simple five-part formula will help you get to bed earlier, sleep better, and wake up feeling rested.

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The “10-3-2-1-0" formula for better sleep

  • 10 hours before bed: No more caffeine
  • 3 hours before bed: No more food or alcohol
  • 2 hours before bed: No more work
  • 1 hour before bed: No more screen time
  • 0: The number of times you hit the snooze button in the morning.

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