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Because of the coronavirus pandemic, stress, anxiety, and other factors that we have to endure these days, falling asleep is one of the hardest things to do at night. Unfortunately, sleep deprivation is the enemy of your health, as it can lead to serious diseases or worsen existing ones. 

In general, sleep deprivation or not getting enough quality sleep at night is caused by a lot of factors, including your lifestyle (of course, this is the main cause). What you choose to do every day, what you eat and your addictions can lead to insomnia or other health problems that can’t be combated in the future. 

It’s very important to try to sleep at least eight hours a night and stick to this routine as long as possible. But if you can’t do that, it might be a sign that you are doing something wrong and should change something in your lifestyle. As you already know, your body needs sleep to survive, just as it needs air, food, clothes, or other essential things. 

During sleep, your body heals, relaxes, and improves your physical and mental health. According to some studies, people who don’t get enough sleep are more likely to develop certain chronic diseases and difficulties in developing interpersonal relationships. 

That being said, here are some secrets to a good night’s sleep! Read on to find out more info!

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