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How To Sleep In A Dorm: Shut-Eye Tips For College Students

First Posted: 08/26/10 09:15 AM ET   Updated: 05/25/11 06:30 PM ET

It's midnight. You're beyond exhausted. Your computer is shut down, your chemistry book closed, your teeth brushed. It's time for your head to hit the pillow.

Unfortunately, your suitemate is on a different schedule -- she thinks it's time to practice her Alanis Morrissette covers. And you roommate is clacking away on a laptop, interrupting only for noisy handful of Fruity Pebbles. Crunch. Crunch. Crunch. It also happens to be Thursday, and party hoots and hollers fill the quad below. What to do?

There are ways to help you get a decent night's sleep even while living among the most highly nocturnal of species: college students. Click through for nine tips -- and add your own if you have one!

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Noise-Cancelling Headphones
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Even if you're not one of those people who can fall asleep to relaxing music, headphones can drown out a load roommate or noises coming from the hall.
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