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Avoid light exposure. Melatonin, a hormone that helps us fall asleep, begins to build up as it gets dark, usually around 8 p.m. Extended light exposure, however, may impede its production.

People who are on their phones, or on their computer, or watching television, or at the gym…can have a delay in that natural production of melatonin, which makes it very difficult to fall asleep. Shut off your phone and computer at least half an hour before you go to sleep, and use a blue light blocker if you read on your phone or tablet before bed.

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