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Your bedroom should be your sanctuary.
Sleep at a cool temperature (approximately 65 degrees Fahrenheit), block out light with heavy curtains or eyeshades, and drown out noise with a white noise machine or earplugs.
You should also make sure your bedroom is de-cluttered and clean. You can even try calming candles or aromatherapy scents such as lavender or chamomile.
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Your sleeping surface is critical to your mental and physical health. A poorly designed or old mattress and pillow can result in interrupted sleep, back pain, and neck pain.
Understanding sleep hygiene and getting a good routine set up for yourself will help you getter better and more refreshing sleep.
Sleep takes up a third of our life and it has a tremendous impact on how we live, function, and perform during the other two-thirds of our lives.
The use of artificial lighting and electronics at night may contribute to sleep problems.
Whether this is taking a warm bath before bed, meditating, or reading, create a wind-down routine that relaxes your body and mind before you get into bed.
Go to bed and wake up at the same time every day, even on weekends, and make sure you are getting seven to nine hours of sleep each night. Inconsistent sleep schedules or poor sleep can lead to:
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As a person suffering from severe insomnia, sleep hygiene and importance of proper sleep are important to me. Understanding the negative consequences of lack of sleep are also imperative.
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