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Bella Hadid’s genius trick for getting a great night’s sleep


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You might have tried everything under the sun to get more high-quality zzz’s—hitting the sack in the buff, sudsing up with beer shower a la Margot Robbie, or sipping on some sleepytime tea.

But according to Bella Hadid, the one do-anywhere trick you might be missing out on is setting your bedtime to a soundtrack.

In a new interview with Teen Vogue, the 20-year-old model shares her secret for getting a solid night of rest, no matter where in the world her schedule takes her. (Currently? To the runways at Paris Fashion Week.)

“I recently started listening to meditation music, which makes me have a deeper sleep, even if I just have four hours,” Hadid shares. “I’m usually out by the fourth song.” Her favorite: iTunes’ 50 Best Meditation Songs Collection.

Between this solid advice and Gigi’s brilliant butt-sculpting hack, it seems like the Hadid sisters might be as good at sharing wellness tips as they are at scoring fashion campaigns.

If you’re still struggling to get a good night’s sleep, find out the surprising ways your partner might sabotaging your slumber. Or see the 5 things that actually affect you while you snooze, according to Dr. Oz

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