Monday, May 2, 2016
20 Tiny Changes: #2
Most of you are probably doing that pretty well, as you crash from a long semester.
Are you making sleep hygiene a non-negotiable in your life? Make this your tiny change, and stick with it. The long-term benefits are huge. The long-term risks of not tending to your sleep habits are equally enormous.
It may seem small, even babyish. It may seem that, in your busy lives, you have no control over how much you sleep. The truth is, you do, and you must, if you wish to lead a healthy life and to reach your potential. Don't take my word for it: all the experts agree. The article embedded in this paragraph lays out it clearly.
Here is another article from the Mayo Clinic with tips to help you get a better night's sleep.
at May 02, 2016
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