How to Fake a Good Night's Sleep


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Tricks to feel energized

by Nicole Yorio Jurick

No matter how dedicated you are to getting your shut-eye, sometimes a less-than-stellar night’s sleep is inevitable. The good news: "One bad night’s sleep isn’t going to hurt you long term," says Joyce Walsleben, PhD, coauthor of A Woman’s Guide to Sleep. But it can make you feel not so great the next day.

Luckily, there are ways to feel normal (or very close!) after a rocky night’s rest. Here, the secrets.

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