Switch to decaf drinks after 4p.m., since caffeine stays in your body for six hours.
Exercise every day. Even small bursts of physical activity, like dancing around your room for ten minutes, can help you fall asleep easier.
Disconnect yourself. When you're ready to go to bed, turn off your phone so you're not tempted to keep checking for texts.
Don't stay up too late on weekends. You may think sleeping in will reverse the damage, but not sticking to a sleep schedule just confuses your body and makes it harder to sleep the next night.
Avoid falling asleep with the TV on. The light from the TV stimulates your brain and prevents you from getting the sleep your body needs.
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