Health Tip: When Lifestyle Disrupts Sleep04/23/14
(HealthDay News) -- Getting enough sleep is essential for good
health, but there are lifestyle choices that can get in the
The American Psychological Association mentions these factors
that can affect sleep:
- Stress at work, school, at home or with family.
- Exercising late in the day or engaging in mentally strenuous
activities just before bed.
- Drinking caffeinated or alcoholic beverages in the evening or
- Lack of a consistent bedtime and waking schedule.
- Being a shift worker or traveling.
- An uncomfortable (too hot or too cold, too bright, too noisy)
- Being woken by children or your partner.
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