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1. Dim, red light.

Use a color-changing lightbulb in your bedroom or install a small red bulb. Why red? Red light mimics sunset. Switching the color is a strong visual cue. Your brain associates it with getting ready for sleep. It's an easy wind-down routine.

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Synesthesia: seeing sounds

It causes the brain to process data in several senses simultaneously. For example, people with synesthesia may hear sounds while seeing them as colourful swirls.

About 1 in 2,000 people experience synesthesia. The condition is more common in artists, writers and musicians. (about 20 to 25 percent of these professions have the condition.)

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