Sleep Hygiene and the Importance of a Healthy Sleep Routine
Are you having trouble falling asleep? Do you wake up feeling like you didn’t get a wink of rest? In the third installment of our Wellness Education Series, UCF RESTORES Mental Health Clinician Chloe Findley joins Dr. Deborah Beidel to explore a variety of practices and habits – known as sleep hygiene – that can help you make the most of your nighttime rest and, as a result, function better – with reduced stress and anxiety – on a daily basis.
There’s a big difference between “getting sleep” and getting truly restorative rest. Click for a list of do’s and don’ts – based on the practices and habits that make up what we call “sleep hygiene” – that will help you make the most of your nighttime rest and, as a result, function better – with reduced stress and anxiety – on a daily basis. Plus, we’ve included a printable sleep log to help you track your sleep hygiene progress.