Exercise Regularly

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 for you to fall into dreamland. But, they caution, vigorous exercise leading up to bedtime can actually have the reverse effects.

So find some time in your day, as long as it isn't in the evening when you can sneak in some activity. 

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