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Sweet Dreams: Visualizing Your Way To A Better Night’s Sleep

Sweet Dreams: Visualizing Your Way To A Better Night’s Sleep by Mariam Gates. Photograph of a child sleeping amongst golden stars by Annie Spratt
Photograph by Annie Spratt

Bedtime doesn’t always bring sweet dreams. When the mind keeps racing, guided visualizations can help us settle in for a good night’s sleep

Illustration of horses running across a field, by Leigh Standley
All illustrations by Leigh Standley

Bedtime is supposed to be

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