7 habits for better sleep
My rule has always been simple: When my eyes start closing and I start yawning, it’s time for bed. The problem with this approach is that it’s unreliable. Sometimes I feel sleepy early in the night, and sometimes I’m awake for hours waiting for my body to ready itself for sleep.
After speaking with Egambaram Senthilvel, M.D., pediatric sleep specialist with UofL Physicians – Pediatric Sleep Medicine, I learned that having certain habits can improve sleep quality and quantity. Dr. Senthilvel calls this “sleep hygiene.”