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Updated 01 July 2015

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If you struggle to fall asleep, get some exercise late in the afternoon or early evening. Even a walk around the block will do.

This fatigues your muscles and raises your body temperature. When that begins to fall, it can help induce sleepiness. Exercise also triggers deep, nourishing sleep.

Visit our Sleep Centre for more on managing your insomnia.

 
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