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    Good sleep brings clear thinking and vitality, but in order to get good sleep, you might have to break some bad sleep habits and build some good sleep hygiene practices. While changing long-held habits and modifying your behavior is never easy, remember this: if you value your life and want to enjoy better health, then deep sleep is your prized ally; the way you get there is with good sleep hygiene.   3 Bad Sleep Habits You Have To Break Late night nicotine: Many of my patients who have trouble...Read More
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    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. 1. Lighting: Cover windows with...Read More
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    Edmund Jacobson, MD, once said, “An anxious mind cannot relax in a tensed body.” Based off his work, I’ve created the following muscle relaxation sequence to help you naturally improve your sleep by helping you fall asleep faster and stay asleep throughout the night. You will feel the benefits right away. The goal of progressive muscle relaxation is to relax your mind and body by alternating between tensing and relaxing muscle groups. In this exercise, you will tense and relax muscle groups...Read More

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Robert Rosenberg

Robert S. Rosenberg, DO, FCCP, is the medical director of the Sleep Disorders Center of Prescott Valley, Arizona and Sleep Disorders Center of Flagstaff, Arizona. He is a contributing sleep expert blogger at EverydayHealth.com and his advice has appeared in O magazine, Women’s Health, Woman’s World, and Parenting, among others.

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