Stimulating activities before bedtime are a common cause of poor sleeping habits.
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 18, 2013
New York Cardiovascular Associates is giving tips for a good night’s sleep in a new social media campaign launching this month. Many Americans do not get the recommended 7-9 hours of sleep a night, says the New York based sleep center. The center hopes the information it provides will help the public consistently have a restful night’s sleep.
A New York Cardiovascular Associates representative explains that stimulating activities before bedtime are a common cause of poor sleeping habits. “Stimulating activities such as watching television or using a computer or phone can make it difficult to fall asleep, particularly if these activities cause stress. We recommend shutting off electronic devices an hour before bed. Instead, fill the time with a relaxing activity such as reading or taking a warm bath.”
The sleep center will be providing actionable tips and information on creating healthy bedtime habits and getting a good night’s sleep throughout the month. The public can access more information on this topic through the center’s social media outlets, including Facebook and Twitter.
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The quality and quantity of sleep you get affects many different aspects of your daily life – including your health, mood, behavior, and work productivity. Lack of quality sleep has been linked to increased risk of cardiovascular problems, including heart attack, stroke, hypertension, and irregular heart beat. Insufficient sleep has also been associated with decreased memory, increased stress, weight gain, depression, and an overall decrease in quality of life.
There are many effective treatments for sleep disorders. If you struggle to get the quality sleep you need, an experienced sleep specialist can assess your condition, and recommend effective treatment options to restore healthy sleep habits and return you to a normal, healthy life.
The New York Sleep-Wake Center is a comprehensive sleep center located in New York City. Our physician experts in sleep medicine specialize in diagnosing and treating patients suspected of having a sleep disorder. Special areas of expertise include sleep apnea, apnea associated with being obese or overweight, insomnia, and other sleep disturbances.
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New York Cardiovascular Associates is New York City’s premier center for cardiac, vascular, pulmonary, sleep disorder, and primary care. The center has been providing the five boroughs of New York City with leading-edge care since 2005. New York Cardiovascular Associates is unique in giving patients access to a team of physicians that encompasses every field of cardiology. From the center’s Manhattan office, NYCVA cardiologists provide complete patient services, including heart disease prevention, cardiac screenings, and treatment for the full range of cardiovascular conditions. In addition to superior cardiac care, New York Cardiovascular Associates provides vascular, arterial, pulmonary, and internal medicine care. Physicians and specialists work together to develop comprehensive treatment plans, whether treating patients for a single condition or for multiple health issues. NYCVA has earned multiple national accreditations, and its doctors and technologists are recognized among the top experts in their fields.
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