Tips for a Good Night’s Sleep
Tips to help avoid a sleep debt.
Did you know that sleep loss is accumulative? A few nights with a less than optimal number of hours of shut eye will put you into sleep debt.
Our Founder and Physio Jason explains why you need to take control of your sleeping patterns and provides his top tips for getting a good night’s sleep in the video below.
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Jason Smith: Let's have a chat about sleep for a minute. Do you know 75% of most of the Australian population actually have trouble getting to sleep two to three nights a week?
And sleep loss is accumulative. It actually creates a sleep debt. Sleep is an under-rated attribute of your physical health and wellness.
So we need to start looking at the quality and the quantity of your sleep. I recommend, based on research, that you get at least seven and a half hours of sleep a night. That you avoid caffeine and other stimulants just before you go to bed.
Turn the electronics off at least 30 minutes before bedtime. And, otherwise, keep your room clean and hygienic to help improve the quality of your sleep.
If you can sleep better, you will be more energised for the day that follows.