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Don't eat any heavy foods within two hours of bed time.
If you get too hungry as bedtime creeps around, there are a few foods that are okay to eat before bed, and can even h...
After you eat, get up and do something a bit more active—even if it's just washing dishes or taking out the trash. It'll avoid that post-meal drowsiness, and it's a great time to have a 10-m...
Napping can make it more difficult to fall asleep at night:
If, after you've thoroughly tested your evening routine and gotten better sleep, you still feel drowsy, you can try adding a po...
Getting in a regular workout can help you sleep better at night, even if your workout takes place in the morning.
Exercise in the afternoon can help deepen shut-eye and cut the time it takes ...
It can be hard not to think about work during the night—especially if you have a big meetin...
You want to go to bed at the same time every night, and wake up at the same time every morning—even on weekends.
To find the perfect time to go to sleep, count back 7 and a half ...
While alcohol may seem like it helps you fall asleep, it won...
Your body temperature naturally goes down at night when it's time to sleep.
Two hours before bed, soak in the tub for 20 or 30 minutes. A shower is less effective but can wo...
If you find that you've been in bed for 15 minutes and you aren't feeling tired at all, get up and do something else.
Go back to reading that book, or doing something else low-key that won't...
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Is a naturally occurring hormone controlled by light exposure that helps regulate your sleep-wake cycle.
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However, many aspects of modern life can alter your body’s production of melatonin and shift your circadian rhythm
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There's no such thing as a single perfect time to take a nap, but a commonly recommended window. For most people, early afternoon is best.
We are biphasic sleepers: we pack in most of our sleep at night, but most people's brains experience a dip in alertness somewhere between 1 and 4 p.m.
It is the state of impaired cognition, grogginess, and disorientation commonly experienced on awakening from sleep.
This is why most experts suggest avoiding naps between 40 and 60 minutes in length.
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