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Sleep.org: “How to Wake Up Less Frequently At Night,” “Tips for When You Wake Up in the Middle of the Night,” “Is Your Smartphone Ruining Your Sleep,” “How Alcohol Affects the Quality — and Quantity – of Sleep,” “The Ideal Temperature for Sleep.”
SleepFoundation.org: “How Noise an Affect Your Sleep Satisfaction.”
Johns Hopkins Medicine: “Up In the Middle of the Night? How to Get Back to Sleep.”
Mayo Clinic: “Insomnia: How Do I Stay Asleep?”
Henry Ford Health System: “How To Turn Off Middle-of-the-Night Insomnia.”
Nature and Science of Sleep: “Impact of middle-of-the-night awakenings on health status, activity impairment, and costs.”
Harvard Health Publishing: “Too early to get up, too late to get back to sleep.”
SleepEducation.org: “Sleep and Caffeine.”
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