Associate Your Bedroom with Only Two Things:
You need to train your brain to link the bedroom with sleep and relaxing pleasure. The bed should therefore be reserved
for sleep and pleasure.
If going to bed to you mean watching your favorite TV show, while munching on potato chips, then you are not
conditioning yourself to associate the bed with sleep.
Maybe you''re the ambitious type who takes your Blackberry or iPhone to bed to do one last e-mail check before
sleeping, or make a few notes about the next day's meetings. That's just as bad.
You need to look at the bed and feel as though it represents a vacation; you should feel happy to be there.
Condition yourself to see the bed as the place for good quality sleep.
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