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How Do I Get Back Into A Good Sleep Routine After My Overseas Trip
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I miss how well i slept with seroquel, (quetiapine) should I go back on it to get good sleep? Been off it 3 months.
19 mnth toddler, currently undergoing diagnosis for ASD. Have a good sleep routine, tried all advice, but wakes night & can't fall asleep. Melatonin?
Have a GOOD DAY!: A healthy day should be followed by a good night. How to have a good day: avoid caffeine, especially after lunch on. Get at least 30 minutes of exercise. Do not overeat at dinner. Avoid alcohol at dinner and after. Leave your stresses out of the bedroom. Wind down before bed....No high strung tv show!. No tv watching from bed. No colas. At bed time, dark quiet room. Avoid sleeping pills! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably Not: Your body really needs a bare minimum of 6 hours of sleep a night, and does much better in the 7-9 hour range. A night here or there of less than 6 hours can be tolerated, but routinely less does not allow enough time for all the things your brain and hormones need to accomplish during sleep. If you can't muster up another hour, try to get a solid hour nap during the day to refresh those neurons. ...Read more
Sleep Hygiene: Fix a bedtime and an awakening time. Avoid napping during the day. Avoid alcohol 4-6 hours before bedtime. Avoid caffeine 4-6 hours before bedtime. Avoid heavy, spicy, or sugary foods 4-6 hours before bedtime. Exercise regularly, but not right before bed. Use comfortable bedding. Find a comfortable temperature setting for sleeping and keep the room well ventilated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hard: Typically adults need between 6- 8 hours of sleep at night. Getting less often makes you build up sleep dept and you need more by the end of the week. Avoid caffeine and alcohol and make the most of the sleep that you do get. Check out the national sleep foundation good sleep tips. ...Read more
7-8 hours sleep: If you wake up tired, and are dragging and drowsy during the day, you may have sleep apnea. You need to see your doctor and perhaps have a sleep study. Today in many cases an oral appliance can be used instead of the CPAP machine. A dentist trained in dental sleep medicine can help you if you do have sleep apnea. Do not take sleeping pills. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Behavior modifying: One place to start is practicing good sleep hygiene. Keep your sleep pattern consistently structured, avoid napping, use bed only for sleep or intimacy, and avoid lying in bed long periods without sleeping. If falling asleep is troublesome because of trouble turning off your thoughts, relaxation and imagery techniques are often helpful. For more help with these make an appointment with a therapist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Rumination is a real: problem. We worry we didn't do all we should have, as well as what we need to do tomorrow. We fret over things said & unsaid. It's as though we think we'll forget so our brain becomes like a hamster wheel, spinning, spinning. Try keeping a note pad next to ur bed & start writing ur worries there. They'll be there when u awaken from a good sleep, ready to tackle those problems. Sweet dreams! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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