The Global Council on Brain Health states that avoiding arguments, wearing socks, and keeping pets out of the bedroom all encourage a good night’s sleep, reports Newsweek.

“The fear of missing out on the increasingly 24/7 society, perpetuated by social media and different time zones operating on one internet, causes people to continually miss out on sleep,” the report concludes. “Because we have not fully recognized the adverse consequences of sleep deprivation in the past, inadequate sleep simply has not been an issue of focus.