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If you feel tired all the time and can’t sleep, then you should know that you are not alone in this situation. Many people suffer from insomnia because of the coronavirus pandemic, but it’s important to find a remedy for this problem as soon as possible, because poor sleep can lead to serious health problems, such as fatigue, weight gain, memory loss, heart disease and Alzheimer’s. 

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than a third of Americans aren’t getting enough sleep these days. Fortunately, you can reduce all of these risks and improve your sleep quality by following these tips. 

So, here are some tips for sleeping better tonight, according to experts. Read on for more info!

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  2. very good tips and I will follow them. tks Add to your list to avoid using the computer before bedtime and do a few stretches help.

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