Sleep Tips

Sleep Tips providing you with healthy easy tips for a goodnights sleep

What kinds of sleep problems can people have?

Trouble falling asleep: lying in bed for more than 30 minutes without being able to fall asleep Trouble staying asleep: waking up frequently during the night Early morning waking: waking in the early hours of the morning before you need to get up but not being able to fall back asleep Behaviours that interfere with…

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How to Fall Asleep in 10, 60, or 120 Seconds

The fastest way to sleep? Spending more time trying to fall asleep rather than actually sleeping? You’re not alone. Just the act of trying too hard can cause (or continue) a cycle of anxious, nerve-wracking energy that keeps our minds awake. And if your mind can’t sleep, it’s really difficult for your body to follow.…

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Sleep Tips for Children

How much sleep do children need?The amount of sleep we need changes with age. As a guide, children need the following amounts of good quality sleep, including naps. Age of ChildInfants 0 – 3 months 14 to 17 hoursInfants 4 – 11 months 12 to 16 hoursToddlers 12 – 24 months 11 to 14 hoursPre-schoolers…

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Healthy Sleep Habits & Sleep Tips

Your behaviors during the day, and especially before bedtime, can have a major impact on your sleep. They can promote healthy sleep or contribute to sleeplessness. Your daily routines – what you eat and drink, the medications you take, how you schedule your days and how you choose to spend your evenings – can significantlyContinue reading “Healthy Sleep Habits & Sleep Tips”

Sleep Tips for aging

Sleep Tips for AgingAdults need about the same amount of sleep as all adults—7 to 9 hours each night. But, older people tend to go to sleep earlier and get up earlier than they did when they were younger. There are many reasons why older people may not get enough sleep at night. Feeling sickContinue reading “Sleep Tips for aging”

Make your bedroom sleep-friendly

Your bedroom should be a relaxing environment. Experts claim there’s a strong association in people’s minds between sleep and the bedroom. However, certain things weaken that association, such as TVs and other electronic gadgets, light, noise, and a bad mattress or bed. Keep your bedroom just for sleep and sex (or masturbation). Unlike most vigorous physical activity,Continue reading “Make your bedroom sleep-friendly”