1. Keep the same bed schedule, including on your days off from 20 Secrets You Need To Know for Your Best Night’s Sleep

20 Secrets You Need To Know for Your Best Night’s Sleep

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1. Keep the same bed schedule, including on your days off

Try to stick to the same sleep-wake schedule even when you don’t have to get up early for work. Getting up at 6 a.m. every day, and then suddenly sleeping until 1 p.m. on weekends, disrupts the body’s internal clock. “The time you wake up determines the ability to fall asleep at night,” Dr. Doghramji says. If you wake up late, falling asleep may be a problem.  The bigger the difference in shut-eye time, the more jetlag symptoms you’ll experience.

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