Going to bed and getting up at the same time, avoiding caffeine in the afternoon, and avoiding large meals before bedtime can all help a person have better quality sleep.
New York, NY (PRWEB) August 17, 2013
New York Cardiovascular Associates is announcing the launch of a new social media campaign to educate the public about healthy sleep. With 30% of adult Americans getting six hours of sleep or less a night, the New York City based sleep center recommends healthy sleep habits as an important way to make sure the public is getting enough rest.
A center representative explains that a regular bedtime routine is a good place to start when building healthy sleep habits. “Going to bed and getting up at the same time, avoiding caffeine in the afternoon, and avoiding large meals before bedtime can all help a person have better quality sleep.” The center also recommends removing television screens and cell phones from the bedroom to avoid distractions before bed.
The center recognizes that building healthy sleep habits can’t happen immediately, so they plan to provide information on this topic to the public throughout the month of August. They will utilize social media to help distribute healthy sleep tips and information. Interested readers can learn more by visiting their Facebook and Twitter pages.
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About New York Cardiovascular Associates
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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