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If nothing you do can change your sleep patterns, it might be your chronotype, where you are naturally more productive later in the day.
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When trying to change your sleep habits, don't give up too soon. Keep it up for a week. The days will get easier, and you'll learn to love sleep again.
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Schedule something fun or desirable to look forward to in the morning before work.
It could include coffee, the news, gym or uninterrupted smartphone access.
Once you start your changed routine, track your mood, energy levels, and sleep habits for about two weeks.
How you feel in the afternoon is the true test of sleep quality. Adequate sleep should result in improved memory, mood stability, creativity and impulse control.
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