Eileen has a question we will share later this morning, but let’s start with this. Occupational therapist Cary Brown at the U of A is concerned about students lack of sleep. She says 6 1/2 hours is the tipping point. less than that and you’re in trouble. I’m in trouble. She offers tips such as staying away from screens, the blue glow messes up with our sleep and no loud music. Let me pose this situation to you. Insomnia is the worst. You wake up in the middle of the night long before you should, and you can’t drop off again. What are your strategies, your tactics for settling your mind and falling back asleep?