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Cozying up to your beloved laptop in bed or nodding off to Jimmy Fallon
could disrupt your zzz’s. Not only is the content on the screen stimulating, but electronics emit a blue hue that mimics daylight. “It stops your body from producing the sleep hormone melatonin,” says Pete Bils, vice chair of the Better Sleep council. As a rule, turn off all gadgets at least one hour before bedtime; true screen addicts can download the F.lux app
to your computer—it’ll dim the screen as it gets later.
Whatever your personal trigger, you can put your snoozing back on track fast with our 12-step program.
Sleep Help: 12 Ways to Sleep More
12 Steps to Better Sleep