It's Your Environment
Your bedroom, the name says it all because all you really need is a bed. Make sure at bedtime, the room is dark, clean and quiet with a comfortable temperature. Remove anything unnecessary including hobby or work-related items, as well as pets. A Mayo Clinic Sleep Disorders Center survey revealed that 53% of pet owners felt their sleep was being disrupted every night by their pets. In this one case, be like Fred Flintstone and move your pet out of the room at bedtime.
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