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Friday, May 8, 2009

Better Sleep Month


Since the begging of Biggest Loser getting enough sleep has been encouraged! However getting good sleep is sometimes harder then it sounds. Check out these tips for healthy sleep from the National Sleep Foundations:

1. Try to have a standard relaxing bedtime routine and keep regular sleep times. Make sure your bedroom is dark, cool and quiet and that your pillows, sleep surface and coverings provide you with comfort.

2. Exercise regularly, but finish your workout at least three hours before bedtime.

3. Avoid foods and drinks high in caffeine (coffee, colas and tea) for at least eight hours prior to bedtime, and avoid alcohol for a few hours before bedtime. Caffeine and alcohol disturb sleep.

4. Use your bedroom only for sleep and sex; if you do this, you will strengthen the association between bed and sleep. It is best to remove work materials, computers and televisions from the sleep environment
For more information on sleep and to read the 2009 Sleep in America Poll Results, click HERE!

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