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‘Sleep hygiene’ is the term used to describe good sleep habits. 1 Good sleep hygiene habits can help improve sleep difficulties. 1

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Set Your Rhythm

Our sleep/wake cycle is regulated by various elements including: an internal clock, our body temperature, hormones and daily exposure to light and darkness. 2 Find out how to get your sleep rhythm on the right track.

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Eat Right To Sleep Tight

WHAT you eat and drink, HOW MUCH you eat and drink and WHEN you consume your food and beverages can affect your sleep. 1 Learn more about eating right to sleep tight.

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Do More Lifestyle

Did you know that doing pleasant things such as having sex, exercising, practicing meditation, or getting a massage may help you sleep better? 3,4 Find out more by clicking on the button below.

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Create A Sleep Sanctuary

Your bedroom should be your sleep sanctuary but sometimes what you do in your bedroom may actually prevent you from getting a good night sleep. 1, 3,5 Learn how to keep your sleeping environment ideal for a good night’s sleep.

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Insomnia is a 24-hour problem

Insomnia can lead to other health problems

References: 1. Centre for Clinical Interventions (CCI). Sleep hygiene. [Online] [cited 2015 Sept 3]. Available from: URL: cci.health.wa.gov.au/docs/Info-sleep%20hygiene.pdf. 2. Zisapel N. Melatonin and Sleep. Open Neuroendocrinol J 2010;3:85-95. 3. Shawn Stevenson. Sleep Smarter: 21 Proven Tips To Sleep Your Way To A Better Body Better Health Bigger Success. 2014. 4. Hachul H, Oliveirac DS, Bittencourtc LRA, Andersenc ML, Tufikc S. The beneficial effects of massage therapy for insomnia in postmenopausal women. Sleep Sci 2014;7:114-116. 5. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Sleep Hygiene Tips. [Online] 2012 May 3 [cited 2015 Sept 3]. Available from: URL: http://www.cdc.gov/sleep/about_sleep/sleep_hygiene.htm.

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