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sleep hygiene

n
the habits conducive to getting the right amount and quality of sleep
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Mapara added: 'Adherence to good sleep hygiene habits and good sleep posture are key in attaining restful sleep.
Improve sleep hygiene by drinking a soothing herbal tea such as chamomile which also soothes tummy troubles.
Many things can cause insomnia, including unseen illness, medication side effects, alcohol or drug use, chronic pain, restless legs syndrome, sleep apnea, too much caffeine, migraines, and poor sleep hygiene.
These included sleep restriction, changing behaviors to strengthen the association of the bed with sleep, cognitive therapy to address maladaptive beliefs about both sleep and host flashes, general sleep hygiene, hot flash coping mechanisms, and relaxation training.
When it comes to behavioral interventions, relaxation techniques, cognitive therapy, consistent aerobic exercise and good sleep hygiene can all decrease the frequency of migraines.
In order to be focused and productive early in the morning, I needed my sleep hygiene to be very strong so I could fall asleep when it was time for bed.
Late-night screen time is one of the most common sleep hygiene violations, and a new study links binge-watching in young adults with poorer sleep quality, more fatigue and increased insomnia.
Improve your sleep hygiene by establishing regular sleep and wake times; ensuring that your bedroom is dark, cool, and comfortable; using your bed only for sleep or sex; refraining from exercise, alcohol consumption, or caffeine within four hours of bedtime; and avoiding computers and other "screens" in the hour or so before bedtime.
What you might not realize is that you probably can do more to improve your sleep quality just by making certain behavioral changes--what sleep specialists refer to as sleep hygiene.
Sleep hygiene maintenance helps persons living with diabetes enjoy a better quality of life by restoring normal sleep patterns and thereby improving glycaemic control.
A sleep log, sleep hygiene, CBT, and medication can help.
For children to have a better quality of sleep, it is important that sleep hygiene rules are followed.