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Sleep Hygiene

The ideal sleep environment is cool, quiet and dark. Research has shown that continuous sleep can be interrupted by uncomfortable room temperature, light, and noises. A sleep hygiene specialist may also recommend that you select a comfortable mattress, pillows, and bedding, in addition to moving or hiding a visible clock. This preventa the sleeper from focusing on time passing while trying to fall asleep. Dr. Alex Jimenez describes sleep hygiene as a variety of different habits which are often necessary to achieve a proper quality of sleep in order to rise with full daytime alertness. Sleep is essential towards an individual�s mental and physical health and well-being because it plays an important role in the body�s natural healing and repairing functions. The most important sleeping measure is to maintain regular sleeping patterns. According to Dr. Jimenez, heavy meals before bed, caffeine or alcohol before bed, and even improper sleeping postures accompanied by pain and discomfort, can be frequent poor sleep hygiene practices which can interfere with the sleep quality of many individuals. The various articles pertaining to sleep and sleep hygiene can help provide a useful insight towards improving sleep and overall health.�For Answers to any questions you may have please call Dr. Jimenez at�915-850-0900