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Watch Arianna Huffington and Dr. Oz Discuss Their Top Tips for Great Sleep

Arianna Huffington and Dr. Oz discuss easy ways to improve your sleep.

Thrive Global CEO and founder Arianna Huffington joined Dr. Oz on his show Thursday to share the importance of a good night’s sleep and how anyone can adopt a healthy bedtime routine with just a few simple tweaks.

The audience participated in an audience quiz around how much trouble they have falling asleep and whether they wake up in the night. Many of them had trouble falling and staying asleep.

While everyone has different sleep needs, there is “one non-negotiable” aspect to getting great sleep, Arianna told Dr. Oz and his audience: keep your phone and other devices outside of the bedroom. Instead, try a real alarm clock and put anything you would listen to — such as music, a meditation or a podcast — on an iPod.

Watch the entire clip below.

The Quiz to Determine Your Insomnia Type
Dr. Oz helps guest Lisa and the audience determine their insomnia type and Arianna Huffington shares her advice to stay…www.doctoroz.com

Originally published at journal.thriveglobal.com

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