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I work for a bank and the schedule is so messed up that I hardly get enough sleep. I try to fall asleep on the same time so the routine fits in but fail all the time. What do I do?

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Is anything bothering you? Because your sleep is a major cause behind any health disorder you are suffering from, whether it’s depression or diabetes or a heart disease.

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This happens when you work under high stress situations. A hectic lifestyle disrupts your sleep cycle and then takes a toll on your health. It’s best of you just start taking up yoga or some sauna. I guess these activities will help you relax.

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