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Set an alarm to go to bed

Set an alarm to go to bed

If you don't get enough sleep, you won't function at your best, causing you to spend longer amounts of time on tasks at work. 

One simple way to get around this is for you to set an alarm to go to bed, 30-minutes before you want to be asleep  -this will give you ample time to wrap up what you're doing, and get ready for bed.

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