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4 Tips For Getting A Better Night’s Sleep

A good night’s sleep improves almost every aspect of your life. It can boost your job performance, increase relationship satisfaction, and relieve stress. Unfortunately, approximately 35% of American adults don’t get enough sleep, and even more, fail to get the high-quality rest they need. The tips below will help you fall asleep more quickly and wake up ready to tackle the day. 4 Tips for Getting Better Sleep 1. Monitor The Temperature During the night, your core temperature drops by a few degrees, which helps you stay asleep. If your room’s temperature is too high, you may wake up throughout the night, even if you aren’t physically uncomfortable. For most people, the ideal temperature for sleeping is around 70 degrees. If your home is usually a little warmer than this, try turning the thermostat down a...

9 Key Ways To Improve Sleep

Sleep is a necessity that often gets overlooked or compromised as more pressing matters—or worse yet, fearful thoughts—intervene. Quality sleep plays a vital role in maintaining good health. The average adult needs seven to eight hours of sleep every night for optimum performance, health, and safety and to support proper brain function. Lack of sleep can cause irritability, moodiness, or an inability to cope, and it can inflame the fires of anxiety. Sadly, sleep deprivation often leads to an addictive cycle of taking pills to sleep and then taking others to wake up in the morning. It can produce problems in decision making and problem solving and may be linked to depression and suicide. Unfortunately, sleep deficiency sometimes goes unrecognized until something happens, such as a...

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