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Types of Sleep Disorders:

How to Get a Good Night's Sleep

Different Sleep Problems and Disorders:


The Cornerstone of Health
The recent decade of sleep research has shown that sleep is one cornerstone of your health. Like water, nutrition, and exercise, sleep is vital to your quality of life, your ability to focus and think, and even your ability to empathetically relate to people. People need seven to nine hours of sleep each night to allow biological systems the time they need to regenerate energy, balance stress, and consolidate memory and learning. Sleeping deeply enables your body to balance and renew tired or stressed systems. You awaken from this type of sleep feeling refreshed, focused, and ready for your day. Yet, according to a National Sleep Foundation poll conducted in 2012, Americans average less than seven hours of sleep on weeknights. For the majority of people who do not sleep deeply, the brain and body experience alarming, debilitating symptoms.

Sleep expert Dr. Robert S. Rosenberg, author of Sleep Soundly Every Night, Feel Fantastic Every Day, offers key steps to getting a good night's sleep:

  • Identify Your Motivation
  • Create an Ideal Bedroom Environment
  • No Blue Lights at Night
  • Break Habits That Hinder Sleep
  • Cultivate Habits to Aid Sleep
  • Dismiss a Worry or Dump an Attitude
  • Progressive Muscle Relaxation
  • Start and Keep a Sleep Diary

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8 Ways to Reorganize Your Bedroom for Better Sleep

Your bedroom environment plays a critical role in your ability to sleep well. For people who have trouble sleeping at night, simple changes to your bedroom can yield quick results. Design and organize your own sleeping space as a sanctuary where you can retreat from the stress of everyday life. These tips will help you reorganize your bedroom to promote good sleep hygiene so you can naturally improve your sleep every night and wake up feeling refreshed every morning... Read More



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Sleep Soundly Every Night by Dr. Robert Rosenberg

If you are concerned that you may have a sleep disorder, talk to your doctor.

To learn more about how to sleep better or sleep disorders that might be disrupting your sleep, order Sleep Soundly Every Night, Feel Fantastic Every Day by specialist Dr. Robert Rosenberg. The book includes thorough information on all of the most common sleep disorders, self-checks for disorder symptoms, recommendations and tools for treatments, case studies, Q&A's and more.



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