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…an exercise created by the U.S. Navy during World War II will have you asleep in 120 seconds. Do this: Totally relax your face, drop your shoulders, and let your arms and legs go limp. Then, clear your mind by picturing yourself lying under an empty blue sky, snuggling in a black velvet hammock in a dark room, or repeating “don’t think, don’t think” for 10 seconds. It has a 96% success rate after 6-weeks of practice. If you don’t remember those steps, just Google “how to fall asleep in 120 seconds.” The technique is widely-written about, and you’ll be able to find it easily.