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Hey girl, you are not alone! You may be getting tired because of the time change and how early it gets dark now. Surprisingly, that has been proven to make people feel much more tired than they normally are.
Another surprising factor is the weather change. This cold weather can put a strain on your body. Although it’s hard to get used to the seasonal changes we can’t avoid, it’s also important to remember that you’re supposed to get eight hours of sleep each night.
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