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A doctor's guide to good sleep: GP reveals her ultimate prescription for good quality rest - and urges everyone to avoid caffeine after 2pm As the weather warms up, many are struggling with sleepless nights To help you get a good shut eye, Dr Preeya Alexander has shared sleeping tricks She has rounded up the six things everyone should to do to get a good rest eye Things include removing clocks from bedroom and follow a 'ritual' before bed

By Cindy Tran for Daily Mail Australia

Published: 05:09 GMT, 7 November 2019 | Updated: 08:06 GMT, 7 November 2019

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An Australian doctor has revealed what she prescribes all her patients if they're struggling with sleep - and it's far more simple than you might think.

Preeya Alexander, a GP from Melbourne who goes by The Wholesome Doctor on Instagram, said there are six key things everyone should do for a good night's rest. 

From cutting out caffeinated beverages after 2pm to removing all clocks from the bedroom, her simple tricks are suitable for all ages and lifestyles.

Preeya Alexander (pictured), a GP from Melbourne who goes by The Wholesome Doctor on Instagram, said there are six key things everyone should do for a good night's rest

Preeya Alexander (pictured), a GP from Melbourne who goes by The Wholesome Doctor on Instagram, said there are six key things everyone should do for a good night's rest 

The six things to do to get a good night's sleep

1. No screens for one hour before bed

2. Avoid caffeine after 2pm

3. Develop a one hour ritual before bed

4. Remove all clocks from the bedroom

5. Go for a 30-minute walk in sunlight

6. Try meditation at night

Dr Alexander said sleep issues usually arise due to stress, anxiety or depression.

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