If you have patients who engage in “sleep procrastination,” some of the tips in this Fast Company article may get through to them.

First, you need to understand what’s taking you away from sleep, says Nancy H. Rothstein, self-named “The Sleep Ambassador,” and director of corporate sleep programs for workplace performance company Circadian. Look at what you’re doing instead of going to bed and think about why you’re doing it, she says. If you’re constantly playing catch-up, try to look at the areas where you’re falling behind and take steps to rectify them.