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Lifestyle habits play a role in determining how well you sleep at night.
So it’s worth asking yourself the following questions:
If you answered yes to any of these questions, your daily habits could be affecting the quality of your sleep. This is because:
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Sleep is an investment in the energy you need to be effective tomorrow. -- Tom Roth
During times of anxiety or worry, your sleep can suffer.
One way you could improve it is by making changes to your home environment, using the ancient Chinese practice of feng shui.
Feng shui involves arranging your living and work space in a way that promotes harmony and it's thought that this harmony not only makes you feel better, but can also improve your sleep.
This infographic by the US organisation Better Sleep Council explains how.