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Sleep doctors toss and turn sometimes -- but it's never for long. That's because they use scientifically-sound methods to lull themselves into dreamland. Steal their techniques so you can finally get a good night's rest.
By Laura McMullen for U.S. News 5. Don't watch the clock. Another common anxiety that lurks in the wee-hours of a sleepless
Another common anxiety that lurks in the wee-hours of a sleepless night is the mounting awareness that you're not asleep
More often than not, the reasons behind a bad night of sleep remain a mystery. From temperature, to the moon, and even too much snuggling, we reveal surprising reasons why you can't fall asleep.
And it's not just furry friends that cause problems. Sharing a bed with a partner who tosses and turns or kicks or snores
We asked readers to share their best tips for getting some rest after a stressful day.
Here's a step-by-step guide to help you create a more snooze-inducing routine. More from Health.com: 7 Tips for the Best
Dr. Samantha Boardman, a clinical instructor in psychiatry and public health and an assistant attending psychiatrist at Weill Cornell Medical College, wrote a column for "The Tory Blog" on why sleep is so important and how to get more of it.