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Time.com revealed a simple yet grand breakthrough that could help treat certain certain medical conditions like obesity and diabetes: getting more sleep.

While sleep is known to be essential for general daily functions, Dr. David Rapport, director of the Sleep Medicine Program at NYU School of Medicine shares that many have turned to the sleep center to alleviate diseases and have better mental health. “Among a small group of [sleep researchers], it’s always been said that [eating, exercise, and sleep] are the three pillars of health,” he was quoted by TIME.com as saying.

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That's why it's important that you get enough zzz's. Make it a habit to re-evaluate your day to see which sleep offenders you can tick off the list. You could also try sipping a hot cup of chamomile tea before going to bed to calm your mind and prep yourself for a good night's sleep. Clear your mind of tomorrow's worries—they will take care of themselves in the morning.

(Screencap from Breakfast at Tiffany's courtesy of Paramount Pictures)

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