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Set yourself up for a good night sleep.

"I have trouble falling asleep."

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"I have trouble falling asleep."

  • Create a routine, such as relaxing music or a bath, to calm yourself down and ready your body for sleep.
  • Limit screen time before bed (including TV and computer).
  • Avoid heavy foods before bed.
  • Many of us need eight hours every night—and kids need at least 10.
  • Get exercise during the day.  It will lower your stress and make your body tired at night.
Try This

Work together with your family to set bedtime routines for both kids and parents this week.

How to Get a Good Night's Sleep

Nutrition and fitness expert gives tips on how to get a good night's rest and what to do before bed in order for that to happen.

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