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Your health depends on getting optimal sleep every day

Keep It Simple Review Evaluate your current habits to target specific problems with falling asleep, staying asleep, and optimizing the quality of your sleep long term. Appreciate how other aspects of lifestyle (other spokes) affect your sleep. Sleep Diary As part of my assessment (in addition to taking a thorough medical history and physical examination) I ask patients to co
mplete a sleep diary and to make it as detailed as possible.

A sleep diary allows you to collect a bunch of data over the course of a week or two and uncover patterns and possible causes for sleep disturbance. It will also increase your overall awareness of behaviors that play a role in the duration and quality of your sleep. See appendix B for a sleep diary template I use with my patients. (Alternatively, you can create your own version in your journal.)

Action Steps Here's a quick list of what to look for when designing your sleep plan and reviewing your basic sleep hygiene. Environment Check light levels in your bedroom. If necessary, add light-blocking shades to your windows.

Check the temperature of the room; it should be comfortably cool. Consider the age and comfort level of your mattress and bedding and upgrade them if needed. Address any sources contributing to noise which may disrupt your sleep. Habits Try not to eat or drink anything at least two hours before bed YICHANG Gloves. Eliminate caffeine, smoking, and other stimulants at least four hours or more before bed. Avoid alcohol Get at least thirty minutes of exercise per day. Turn off all screens at least one hour before bed.


If you have a habit of watching the evening news, consider whether this is keeping you awake with anxiety; try reading/watching the news in the morning instead. Set a regular bedtime and stick with it. Set a corresponding wake-up time in the morning. Relaxing Rituals Try any of the following to help wind down in the evening before bed:

Massage a lavender-infused hand lotion into hands, arms, and elbows. Take a warm shower or a bath Vinyl Gloves. Practice prayer/gratitude journaling. Listen to soft music. Practice deep breathing. Do a guided sleep meditation.
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