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Sleeping Better for a Healthier Heart

A Good Night's Rest Can Boost Heart Health

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  • FOXGLOVE999
    I haven't slept through the night in 25 years, I doubt anything is going to change that now. I've tried all the sleep hygiene tricks and yet my sleep patterns are all over the place. Proper sleep is a complicated issue. - 11/13/2014 6:13:20 PM
  • It would be nice if we all had jobs that allowed us to get enough sleep. Too bad we don't. - 7/4/2014 4:35:57 PM
  • I don't get enough rest from a night's sleep. I awaken about every hour, perhaps 1/2 hour. I do better if I take an arthritis Tylenol at bedtime. - 5/12/2014 6:02:59 AM
  • I sleep pretty good until my hip started to hurt me. I have alot of sleepless nights. - 5/9/2013 9:10:09 PM
  • My sleep has never been great. I went to my doctor and she sent me to a sleep specialist. After the sleep study they said I would benefit from a mouth guard, my dentist refers to it as a splint. I was leery about wearing a two piece hard plastic device in my mouth. After it was properly fitted, I adapted in about a week to having it in my mouth. My partner says I no longer snore. He was surprised how quiet I am at night. I sleep more deeply. My dreams are more vivid too. I 'm more rested in the morning. - 5/9/2013 8:44:09 PM
  • I joined the Spark Sleep Challenge to help me overcome insomnia. I deal with heart issues (palpitations often brought on in middle of night) and I'm considered pre-diabetes. i had no ideas that lack of sleep can elevate blood sugar levels. Going to redouble my efforts in week 2 to sleep for better health! - 12/17/2012 11:47:53 PM
  • CANUCKSFAN2
    For some strange reason I do need to watch TV before I go to sleep; I have tried not watching TV, but I find that I can't sleep unless I am dead tired and usually that means watching TV until I really can't stay awake. - 5/10/2012 11:27:42 AM
  • I've slept poorly all my life -- and have all the health issues mentioned above to prove it! Now I am paying attention to getting more sleep and I already feel better -- amazingly.
    One issue not mentioned in this article -- and a major culprit for me-- is LATE NIGHT EATING! It disrupts sleep! Eating lightly and earlier in the evening really helps me both get to sleep and stay asleep.
    I ate at night to stay awake. Therapy has helped me learn to relax, as well.
    - 5/10/2012 7:26:49 AM
  • Most people spend more money for the bedroom furniture than they do for the mattress they sleep on. I always think it is so important to have the best one, since you spend 1/3 of the time there. Also, buy a good pillow. - 8/16/2011 11:55:39 PM

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