June 3rd, 2021 If you are currently experiencing a bout of insomnia, it’s almost inevitable to feel some level of anxiety as evening approaches. Typical or not, anxiety is one of the things that makes it difficult to fall asleep! That said, it’s critical to learn some anxiety management tools so it doesn’t contribute to […]
The simple answer to the question “How much sleep does a person need actually need?” is we don’t know. The consensus among Behavioral Sleep Medicine practitioners and Sleep Medicine physicians is that any amount of sleep between six and 10 hours per night is within the “normal” range for most people. Of course there are […]
Did You Know that Good Sleepers…Are List Makers Suggestion: Try keeping a master “to-do” list. You can divide your list into sections to keep it better organized (e.g., work, household, social, appointments, etc). People who keep lists tend to have a greater sense of control over their lives and experience less anxiety over meeting their […]
Did You Know that Good Sleepers…Have Good Awareness of their Nutrition Suggestion: Try making a mental note of what you ate the day before having a difficult time sleeping. Likewise, try to remember what you ate the day before getting a good night’s sleep. You may be able to see how what you are eating […]
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