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Eat at the same time every day! People who don’t sleep well have a body clock that’s out of sync. But when your food intake is on a set schedule, it helps set your body clock. Your body and brain will know when to anticipate sleep each night and automatically start relaxing. As a bonus: Sleeping better will reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s. According to the American Medical Association, people who get a solid 8 to 9 hours of sleep a night have less of the plaque buildup in the brain that’s linked to Alzheimer’s.