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Stop paying bills or watching the financial news before bed. The National Sleep Foundation says 27% of people are kept awake by money worries. Instead, Dr. Rubin Naiman, a sleep specialist from the University of Arizona, says to watch a comedy before bed. Laughter reduces blood pressure and decreases your heart and respiratory rate, helping you relax.