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Wake up extra early Christmas Eve morning. Doing this will make you more tired when you want to go to bed.
The night before Christmas Eve stay awake as long as you can. Set your alarm clock for a very early time like 6 o'clock. When you wake up you will be very tired and want to go back to sleep, but resist the urge. When you have to go to sleep on Christmas Eve, you will fall asleep easily because you are so tired.
If you have a calendar in your bedroom, turn it back to a different month and pretend it's that month during the night. Make a playlist on your iPod of songs you liked listening to in that time to capture the feeling even more.
Exercise regularly throughout the day. Do some jumping jacks, go for a walk or do some cycling. If it's too snowy outside to exercise, play an exercising game, such as Wii Fit.
Don't peek at the Christmas tree. This might spoil any surprises and will keep you very excited and awake! Remember, Santa Claus knows when you are sleeping and when you are awake. He won't come if you are peeking.
Drink warm milk. The milk provides calcium, magnesium, and L-tryptophan, which can help you sleep. You can also try hot herbal tea; it is very soothing and calming to drink Just make sure it's decaffeinated!
When you're setting up a cookie plate for Santa is a great time to have some warm milk.
Or, drink hot chocolate after you are in your pajamas. This will also help you to relax and keep warm! Don't drink coffee. The caffeine in it can keep you awake.