You’re doing everything right: you avoid eating, drinking alcohol, and technology before bed, you sleep in a dark, cool room, and you’ve established a pretty regular bedtime routine. Yet some nights you still find yourself staring at the ceiling. What gives? Chances are you’re still missing out on some not-so-obvious behaviors and decisions that could be harming and disrupting your sleep. Here are four of the most common culprits:

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