For many men/women, sleep is the an elusive monster. As someone who has had problems sleeping my entire life, I understand how hard a good night’s sleep can be.
For the record, I have no training or education in sleep or sleep conditions. I am merely writing this as a peri-menopausal woman who has a busy,and often stressful life, who has difficulty sleeping.
I do understand the benefits of what quality sleep for does for our mind and body and have listed a few of them for you below. For all of you “super busy” people that thinks sleep is a waste of time, take note of these benefits. You will likely change your mind.
So those should be some pretty good reasons to make sleep a priority. But how do we develop good sleep hygeniene when our lives make it harder to go to sleep and/or stay asleep?
Different methods/products/medications work for different people. Of course you should always start with the most benign things before jumping to medications. You should also consult your physician for advice. I know my primary care physician has helped me understand healthy sleep tips.
I have to also say, that I am not against medications. If prescribed by a good, responsible doctor, medication can improve sleep and improve quality of life.
Get some good rest!
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