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This is a fairly well-known verse that's recited before bed to ensure good sleep:

रामं स्कन्धं हनुमन्तं वैनतेयं वृकोदरं |
शयने यः स्मरेन्नित्यम् दुस्वप्न-स्तस्यनश्यति ‖

rāmaṃ skandhaṃ hanumantaṃ vainateyaṃ vṛkodaraṃ |
śayane yaḥ smarennityam dusvapna-stasyanaśyati ‖

Praying to Lords Rama, Skanda (Subrahmanya), Hanumantha, Vainateya (Garuda), and Bhima before going to bed daily, ensures a peaceful sleep without disturbing dreams
(shloka.com)

Where does it come from? Is it in one of the Puranas, in an Upanishad, or somewhere else? Is it supposed to be part of a longer prayer? I can't find any information as to where it comes from.

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