You can use a wearable or tracker to monitor your sleep with astonishing accuracy (we're talkin' graphs that outline how long you're in each stage). Deck out your bedroom with a quality noisemaker to drown out the cacophony of traffic. Fit your bed with Egyptian cotton sheets that cost more than your first car. And make sure you sweat on a regular basis—enough to have you exhausted and ready for bed at a reasonable time.

But sleep can become futile, unobtainable even if you have consistent bad habits late at night. 

To help you break your zzz-inhibiting patterns, we’ve compiled a list of 6 common ways you’re ruining your sleep. How many of them are you guilty of?