10 Things That Disturb Your Sleep, and How to Beat Them

BREAKING SNOOZE


While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention may be charged with tracking exotic diseases such as Zika and Ebola, experts there say one of the foremost public health problems is far more pedestrian: lack of sleep. As many as 70 million U.S. adults have a sleep-related disorder, with dozens of factors affect whether they’re destined to toss and turn or rack up hours of blissful slumber. Read on to discover 10 of the most common sleep disrupters and how experts advise minimizing their impact.

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