Women, Sleep and Heart Disease

This study also helps to shine a light on the potential gender differences that physiologically may exist between men and women. Please remember to get your sleep and practice healthy sleep habits:maintaining a regular sleep-wake scheduleavoiding caffeine, alcohol, nicotine, and other chemicals that interfere with sleepmaking your bedroom a comfortable sleep environmentestablishing a calming pre-sleep routinegoing to sleep when you're truly tirednot watching the clock at nightusing light to your advantage by exposing yourself to light during the day and limiting light exposure in the eveningnot napping too close to your regular bedtimeeating and drinking enough—but not too much or too soon before bedtimeexercising regularly—but not too soon before bedtime
Source: Dr Portnay - Category: Cardiology Authors: Source Type: blogs