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1. Reduced anxiety

Doomscrolling before bed is a recipe for mental disaster. Quit the apps at least an hour before bed.

2. Healthier bedtime boundaries

That notification can wait. Bedtime is your time, and building positive sleep associations can help you fall asleep faster.

3. More energy at wake-up

A phone away keeps the procrastination at bay. Avoid logging on first thing and focus on your morning routine.

4. Consistent sleep-wake schedule

Blue light can cause your brain to keep you up longer than you might want. Rely on natural light schedule your sleep.
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