Hit the Gym Before Hitting the Hay

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Working out six hours before bed can help improve sleep quality.

Need another reason to get active? Studies show that moderate, consistent exercise can help people sleep better. Just avoid working out too late in the afternoon, since an energy spike right before bed can actually keep you awake.

Best Bed

Take care of your mattress (and pick the right one) for better sleep and a healthy back. 

Snooze City

Do over-the-counter sleep aids really work? One Greatist writer put several to the test. 
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