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(HealthDay News) -- Your behavior and activities before bedtime can affect how well you're sleeping at night.
The American Academy of Pediatrics offers suggestions for better sleep:
Don't drink alcohol within at least four hours of bedtime.
Cut out all caffeine at least four hours before bedtime.
Stop eating spicy, heavy foods at least four hours before bedtime.
Don't exercise heavily at least two hours before bedtime.
In the hour before bedtime, avoid activities such as watching TV, playing video games or having in an argument.