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2. Your Sleep Quality Is Poor Due to Worry
The old adage about “not going to bed angry” is time tested wisdom. Resolve issues before you go to bed. If that is not possible, try giving yourself a “worry time” well before bedtime. Allow yourself to think about an issue for a specified period of time, for example ten to twenty minutes. After the time is up, mentally tell yourself that you are putting your problem in a sealed box for the rest of the day and night. Do this each day and you will find that you have more power over your worry and may be able to sleep better.
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