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Fall ASLEEP in 20 minutes

There's nothing more frustrating than not being able to get to sleep. And the more you toss and turn, the harder it can become as you count down the hours until you need be awake again. Sound familiar? These handy pointers could be the key to helping you get your 40 winks…

Rule 1 Go green

A study at Tehran University of Medical Sciences has shown that magnesium can improve how quickly insomniacs fall asleep. But rather than reach for a pill, you can up your intake with leafy greens, such as spinach. Magnesium also helps to decrease cortisol, a stress hormone that can prevent a restful slumber. Need a helping hand? Try Neubria), a natural supplement with magnesium to help achieve shut-eye.

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