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It’s a fact that getting good, consistent sleep has myriad health benefits, including lowering our risk for diabetes, obesity, depression and heart disease, increasing lifespan, and even boosting our immune system. And yet, it seems that almost everyone struggles to get a good night’s sleep at some point in their lives. And, with the added stress of everything going on in the world right now, a full 8 hours of sleep may seem more elusive than ever. Luckily, health and well-being freelance journalist Kim Jones has compiled 222 (!) tips for better slumber in her new book, Trick Yourself to Sleep!

With sections on food and drink, mind, body, before-bed, breathing, and even pro-sleep tricks to practice in the daytime, Jones covers all of basics—and then some. Her scientifically-backed tips are all explained clearly and concisely—so all we have to do is close our eyes and drift off.

It’s a fact that getting good, consistent sleep has myriad health benefits, including lowering our risk for diabetes, obesity, depression and heart disease, increasing lifespan, and even boosting our immune system. And yet, it seems that almost everyone struggles to get a good night’s sleep at some point in their lives. And, with the added stress of everything going on in the world right now, a full 8 hours of sleep may seem more elusive than ever. Luckily, health and well-being freelance journalist Kim Jones has compiled 222 (!) tips for better slumber in her new book, Trick Yourself to Sleep!

With sections on food and drink, mind, body, before-bed, breathing, and even pro-sleep tricks to practice in the daytime, Jones covers all of basics—and then some. Her scientifically-backed tips are all explained clearly and concisely—so all we have to do is close our eyes and drift off.

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It’s a fact that getting good, consistent sleep has myriad health benefits, including lowering our risk for diabetes, obesity, depression and heart disease, increasing lifespan, and even boosting our immune system. And yet, it seems that almost everyone struggles to get a good night’s sleep at some point in their lives. And, with the added stress of everything going on in the world right now, a full 8 hours of sleep may seem more elusive than ever. Luckily, health and well-being freelance journalist Kim Jones has compiled 222 (!) tips for better slumber in her new book, Trick Yourself to Sleep!

With sections on food and drink, mind, body, before-bed, breathing, and even pro-sleep tricks to practice in the daytime, Jones covers all of basics—and then some. Her scientifically-backed tips are all explained clearly and concisely—so all we have to do is close our eyes and drift off.

        
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