Are You Sleeping Well?

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Getting enough sleep helps protect your health and quality of life. Not sleeping well increases the risk of high blood pressure, diabetes, stroke, obesity and heart disease.

HOW CAN I SLEEP BETTER?

1. Get 7 to 8 hours of sleep per night.

2. Go to bed and wake up at the same time every day.

3. Don’t go to bed hungry, but avoid large meals, alcohol and caffeine too close to your bedtime.

4. Avoid using light-emitting screens such as a phone or computer just before you go to sleep.

5. Limit daytime naps to 30 minutes.

6. Include physical activity in your daily routine but avoid being active close to bedtime.

7. A room that is quiet, cool and dark can be ideal for sleeping. Many people run a fan at night to block out other noises which might keep them awake.

8. If you continue to have problems sleeping, talk to your primary health care provider to identify and treat any underlying causes.

Stowell Associates has been helping people sleep better for over 30 years. Our care plans are designed so that daily routines are easier to follow. Our care managers assist people with sleep issues find medical care. We can also provide respite care so that family members who are helping loved ones can get the rest they need to maintain their own health.

Questions?

If you or someone you know needs assistance, please ask them to call Jennifer Paddock,
Care Coordinator at 414 963-2600. Visit our website at:

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