Some people can just snuggle into bed and be out cold for the night. That’s great for them, but many of us struggle with both falling asleep and staying asleep. If you have trouble getting a full night of zzz’s, read on to learn how to sleep better.

By Jennifer Benjamin
October 05, 2018
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Falling asleep has never been an issue for me, but my 3 a.m. wake-ups, fraught with to-do lists, have made me eager to find out how to sleep better. Sure, I can slip off to dreamland no problem, but if my dog snores too loudly, if I get a foot cramp, or if my kid has a bad dream in the middle of the night, that’s it, I’m up for hours. A full night’s sleep is essential to our health and well-being though, and while you might assume that sleep habits are firmly ingrained, there are certainly ways to improve them. So whether your issue is getting to sleep or staying asleep, try these expert-backed methods for solid, sound sleep.

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