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2. Make Sure Your Bedroom is Comfortable

For good 'sleep hygiene', it's important to prepare your bedroom properly. A cool room is more comfortable for sleeping, so make sure that the temperature isn't too high. You should also block out as much light as possible. And if there is any noise that could keep you awake, use earplugs.

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