It’s not unusual for sleep to be left off the list for the usual quest of a healthier lifestyle, after all, the effects of weight gain/loss, quitting smoking, and being fitter can be tracked by the eye both personally and outwardly, reports Quartz.

So, I’ve come to a compromise with my own body. If I am not going to always get the recommended seven to nine hours of sleep a night, which I will try my best to do, I can at least make sure the sleep I do get is of a better quality and feel more rested.

There are two issues I know I need to tackle if I am going to get better sleep quality.

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