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How to Sleep Better in the Fall

The season of pumpkin lattés, football, and cozy sweaters can mean months of poor sleep for some people. While fall’s cool nights provide a nice bedtime break from summer’s hot and humid evenings, a host of other sleep issues can crop up during this time of year and disrupt shuteye. But autumn doesn’t need to leave you fatigued and frustrated—just follow this advice. See the Light. Fall’s shorter days mean that you’re not exposed to as much sunlight. Not only can this lower your level of vitamin D, which may leave you feeling fatigued, but it can throw off your circadian rhythm, which regulates feelings of wakefulness and sleepiness. Luckily, getting plenty of sun on your…