Sleep is a challenge. I haven't been sleeping well recently, which is frustrating. In an effort to sleep better, I recently read a book titled Internal Time, by Till Ronneberg. It was a fascinating read about chronobiology and the internal clocks organisms have, mainly humans. But, even though I think the book of an important one, and it contains basic biology that should be in the public consciousness, I don't think it was really of much use with learning to sleep better. It didn't have much in the way of practical advice on how to do so. If anything it was the opposite - an invitation to submit to your biology and not try to consciously fiddle with your sleep process. Don't try to wake up earlier - just listen to what your biological clock wants to do (if your work schedule allows it). So maybe I should do that.
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