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Sleep Great to Live Great

There's no reason to settle for anything less than perfect sleep. Your body needs to be restored & regenerated while resting and the quality and quantity of your sleep will make all the difference in how productive you'll be the next day.

  • Restorative sleep is an absolute requirement
  • Your sleep environment is vitally important
  • Your sleep routine needs to be regular
  • Exercise brings better health and better sleep
  • Keep substances away from your bedtime

Sleep on a comfortable mattress and pillows.

Be sure your mattress and foundation meet your needs for both comfort and support. If you sleep with a partner, your mattress should also allow you both enough space to move easily. A good mattress will help provide many years of quality sleep.

Create a sleep-conducive environment that is dark, quiet, comfortable and cool.

Light is one of the body's most powerful time cues. The rising sun can wake up the brain long before the alarm goes off. A dark room is the most conducive for sleep – day or night. Sudden, loud noises from inside or outside the home can disrupt sleep. Steady, low sounds, such as the whir of a fan or air conditioner, are soothing because they help block out distracting noises. The ideal bedroom temperature is 60 to 65 degrees Fahrenheit (16 to 18 degrees Celsius). A room that's too warm or too cool can disrupt comfortable sleep.

Maintain a regular bed and wake time schedule, including weekends.

Establish a regular, relaxing bedtime routine such as soaking in a hot bath or hot tub and then reading a book or listening to soothing music. This will help your body to "wind down". Finish eating at least two to three hours before your regular bedtime. This will give your body time to digest your food and lower your risk of indigestion.

Use your bedroom only for sleep and sex.

It is best to take work materials, computers and televisions out of the sleeping environment.

Exercise regularly.

It is best to complete your workout at least a few hours before bedtime or when you wake.

Keep substances away from your bedtime.

Nicotine & caffeine close to bedtime is a cause of poor sleep and having a hard time falling asleep. Alcohol too close to bedtime will lead to disrupted sleep later in the night.