Sleep Better = Feel Better

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Sleep Better = Feel Better


Reported incidences of sleep disorders have increased over the last 10 years. In fact, studies have shown that only 35% of adults in the United States consistently get the recommended 7- 8 hours of sleep per night. Sleep problems consist of difficulty getting to and/or staying asleep and can cause impairment during the day. The quantity and quality of sleep have a powerful impact on memory, health conditions and a person’s general well-being. Insufficient sleep has been linked to:

  • Colds/Flu

  • Obesity

  • Diabetes

  • Heart Disease

  • Decreased Brain Function


Here are a few things you should (and shouldn’t) do to help improve how long and how well you sleep:

  • Jot down details of your days and nights to try to pinpoint some sources of your sleeplessness. There may be patterns that you’re unaware of.

  • Keep your sleeping area cool, dark and quiet. Noise, light and warm temperatures can make you tense and affect your ability to relax.

  • Exercise regularly. While working out increases energy during the day, it can also reduce the time it takes to fall asleep.

  • Turn off the TV and put down the phone an hour before bed. Electronic devices stimulate the brain and can, therefore, prevent you from falling and staying asleep.


Sleep better and Be Fit!


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