Sleeping is something we do every day, but most of us likely don’t spend much time thinking about how much sleep we are getting, if it’s the correct amount, and what effect our sleep schedules and habits have on our overall health. National Sleep Awareness Week is March 2-9 and reminds us to not only observe daily savings time, but also to rethink our sleep needs.
According to the National Sleep Foundation, sleep needs vary across ages are impacted by health and lifestyle. When thinking about your sleep schedule, it is important to consider your work schedule, stress level and age. This newsletter contains helpful information to get your sleep habits back on track.