Get A Good Night’s Sleep

Continuous lack of sleep, or even a poor quality of sleep, can increase health problems (heart disease, high blood pressure, depression, diabetes, and obesity)

Follow these tips to get a good night’s sleep:

Try to have a regular sleep schedule.

Avoid late afternoon or evening naps.                                                        

Relax before bedtime – read a book, listen to soothing music, etc.

Do not use any electronic devices in the bedroom.

Keep your room at a comfortable temperature.

Exercise regularly, but not too close to bedtime.

Do not eat a large meal or drink alcohol or caffeine late in the day. 484-851-3636