Don’t worry, there are no monsters in the dark. Your body naturally starts producing melatonin, the sleep hormone, when it gets dark. Put down the screens of your tablets and smartphones before going to bed and read a book or cuddle with your partner instead. For better sleep, make sure it’s dark in your bedroom during the night or wear a sleep mask if street lights or a full moon are making your bedroom too bright.
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