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Sleeping beauties


Avoid caffeine at night (its stimulating effects take hours to work off) and enjoy a milky drink instead.

Your bedroom is for sleeping. Watching TV and checking your phone and using the internet can disrupt rest.

Keep your bedroom dark. If you can’t get a black-out effect for your windows, wear a sleep mask.

Choose a tranquil colour scheme for your bedroom. There’s no specific shade – but as long as

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