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I am a 35 year old woman. Happy and single. However, there are times I feel really uneasy and I end up staying awake all night, which takes a toll on my body the very next day. What is the one change I can make that will help me sleep better?

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It happens with me too. I used to be a night owl once and couldn’t figure what is the exact issue. Reaching out to people helped me understand that the mess in the bedroom was a major reason why, on some nights, I could never sleep at all. So stack up, stay clean to get a healthy sleep lady!

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When I was young, we never had exposure to so many gadgets. Life was simple and nature was our first love. My son too, keeps complaining that he never gets a good night’s sleep but he fails to understand that this huge breakout of digital devices has just ruined all the lives. Shut your television, mobile, radio, laptop, etc an hour before you sleep and see the change!

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