8 New Mistakes That Mess Up Your Sleep

You've tried all the standard sleep-better advice: Don't fall asleep browsing Twitter. Make your room as dark as a pocket. Don't even think about a cappuccino after dinner. If it were that simple, though, 70 million Americans wouldn't have chronic sleep problems and neither, we're guessing, would you. Many things can interfere with your body's internal clock, and caffeine and back-lit screens are just the beginning.

Since a lack of sleep has been linked to an increased risk of a host health problems—from heart disease and type-2 diabetes to depression and weight gain—it behooves us all to get serious about our slumber. That's why we went digging for more unusual sleep saboteurs. Here, 8 you've never heard of.

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Author of the article: 
Gina Roberts-Grey