Good Sleep Practices

Your brain wants to have consistency; that’s just the way we are wired. If you make a bedtime schedule that you stick to, your body learns how to fall asleep on its own.

When you are creating a bedtime ritual or routine, it is important to consider a few points.

  • Have a regular bedtime
  • Set a consistent wake-up time
  • Be aware of any stimulants or supplements you take
  • No alcohol, dairy products, or cigarettes within 4 hours of bedtime
  • Create routines to prepare for bed
  • Be consistent

What is Normal Sleep?

Getting a full and restful night’s sleep means:

  • You are able to fall asleep almost effortlessly
  • Sleep is not interrupted by waking up repeatedly
  • You feel refreshed when waking up

Sleep Stages

Sleep cycles generally take about 90 minutes to complete, and each cycle is made up of five stages of sleep

How Much Sleep Do I Need?

  • Newborns (0-3 months) 14-17 Hours
  • Infants (4-11 months) 12-15 Hours
  • Toddlers (1-2) 11-14 Hours
  • Pre-schoolers (3-5) 10-13 Hours
  • School-aged Children (6-13) 9-11 Hours
  • Teens (14-17) 8-10 Hours
  • Young Adults (18-25) 7-9 Hours
  • Adults (26+) 7-9 Hours

3 Steps to Snoring Relief

Step #1

Make A 30 Minute Consultation Appointment

Step #2

Make An Appointment To Begin Treatment

Step #3

Follow Treatment Steps To Stop Snoring And Get Rested
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