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Feel Great After a Bad Night of Sleep


Spend a few minutes quietly watching your thoughts go by, says Jason Ong, Ph.D., a sleep psychologist and mindfulness expert at Northwestern University. Selfawareness will help you cope with the day’s challenges.


Play a video game or read on a laptop for 10 minutes, says W. Chris Winter, M.D., author of. The blue light tells your brain to halt its production of sleeppromoting melatonin.

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