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Then start getting ready for bed about 30 minutes before you plan to turn in.
Psychologists say that creating a soothing bedtime routine will help your body associate these actions with impending sleep… and will help trigger your brain’s production of the sleep hormone, melatonin. So, whatever helps you slow down and relax, do it. Whether you meditate, take a warm bath, or curl up with a good book.