Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Sleep Management

There's nothing like waking up after a good night's sleep. There's also nothing more frustrating than not being able to fall or stay asleep...and feeling the effects of sleep deprivation the next day. The American Sleep Disorders Association estimates that over 35 million people suffer from long-term insomnia, plus millions more suffer from other sleep disorders such as narcolepsy and sleep apnea.

below are some of the tips to help you sleep better dring nightime..

*Establish a regular routine
*The best quality of sleep occurs from 10pm-6am. Better to go to bed early than get up later
*Avoid napping for longer than an hour during the day and never nap in the late afternoon
*Avoid caffein after lunch time
*Avoid exercising at night
*Eat light meals at night