Body Clocks Can Impact Diet

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Are you struggling to consistently get the right amount of sleep for your needs? One lousy night of rest is hard enough, but things only get worse as they compound. However, those suffering from insomnia, chronic pain, nightmares, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and other related sleep issues do have hope. Dr. Jay R. Goldman has worked with many patients in your shoes, and has helped them come out on the other side. He is ready to work with you and get you back on the path to restorative sleep.

Did you know that your internal body clock can impact your diet? As reported by Psychology Today, “day” and “night” people have very different eating habits, for the most part. The piece says that night people tend to eat more sugar than day people, and often over-consume on weekends. However, it is worth noting that four times as many night people reported insufficient sleep, and this crowd was nearly a decade younger (average) than the day people surveyed. Still, it is interesting to note how a change in sleep patterns can lend itself towards a difference in dietary preference.

Have you finally grown tired of feeling tired all of the time? The good news is that you don’t have to accept this as your permanent reality. Those suffering from insomnia, chronic pain, nightmares, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and other related sleep issues can find success with Dr. Jay R. Goldman. He knows how important consistent sleep is for all of us, and he will work hard to help you achieve that again. Contact Dr. Jay R. Goldman, today, and set up your appointment.

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Tips For A Good Night’s Sleep

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Do you remember the last time you were able to get enough sleep at night? You don’t really know how much enough is for you, but you definitely know you aren’t getting it. Fortunately, those suffering from insomnia, chronic pain, nightmares, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and other related issues do have hope. That optimism comes in the form of treatments with Dr. Jay R. Goldman. He is ready to help get you back on the path to healthy, restorative sleep.

Are you struggling to get into a good sleep routine? Psychology Today recently wrote an article, discussing how to sleep your way to the top of your game.

  • Schedule – Our bodies can benefit from sticking to a sleep schedule. So, try going to bed and waking up at the same times for a while, and see if this has a positive impact for you.
  • Naps – Naps are actually better for you than hitting the snooze button in the morning. This is because you can still stick to your sleep-wake rhythm, while grabbing an extra boost of sleep.
  • Screens – Using your phone or computer too close to bedtime can impact your sleep. These screens give off light that can excite the nervous system, and keep you up. Turn screens off at least 30 minutes before bed to get better sleep.

Has the time come for you to improve your sleeping habits? The tips shared by the piece can go a long way towards helping you improve. However, those suffering from insomnia, chronic pain, nightmares, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and other related issues may need more help. Dr. Jay R. Goldman has a number of treatment options, which may be exactly what you need to get on the path to recovery. Contact his office, today, and set up your appointment.

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When Tricks For Falling Asleep Backfire

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Everybody knows just how difficult it is to function after a night of poor sleep. Fortunately, fewer know how intensely this can build up when it lingers for days, weeks, or months at a time. But, for those who do, and are suffering from insomnia, chronic pain, nightmares, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or other related issues, all of life’s tasks can seem monumental. The good news is that Dr. Jay R. Goldman can provide treatment options to get you back on the right track. He would love nothing more than to see you on the path to restorative, healthy sleep.

Have you tried specific tricks to fall asleep quicker at night? Psychology Today recently explored this concept, and warned of these signs that things are backfiring.

  • Thinking – Not much will keep you up more than having something on your mind. And, unfortunately, sometimes you start thinking too much about your tricks to fall asleep. If you are debating which trick to try next, they may be doing more harm than good.
  • Anxiety – If you have a trick for falling asleep, you may think that it’s your last hope for getting sleep that night. As a result, you may start to develop anxiety over whether it’s working or not. Don’t allow your trick to be your only hope, or the anxiety it causes may not be worth it.
  • Effort – With most things in life, effort can lead to success. However, when it comes to sleep, we are talking about a state of non-doing. Trying to fall asleep can oftentimes lead us further from sleep. The harder you try, the harder it becomes to achieve.

Are you struggling to get your eight hours (or even six hours) of sleep at night? Those suffering from insomnia, chronic pain, nightmares, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and other related issues do have hope. Successful treatment with Dr. Jay R. Goldman can make all of life’s problems seem a little smaller. You just need to take the first step, and reach out to him. Contact Dr. Jay R. Goldman, today, and set up your appointment.

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Can Improve Relationships

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Are you struggling to get the right amount of sleep on a nightly basis? It is hard enough to face the day after an isolated incident, but when these build up, all of life’s tasks can seem monumental. Fortunately, those suffering from insomnia, chronic pain, nightmares, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and other related issues do have hope. Dr. Jay R. Goldman offers a number of treatment options that can help get you back on the right path. And, after another awful night of sleep, that may be music to your ears.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can help a number of issues, including relationship problems. Psychology Today recently wrote an article, discussing how CBT can improve your relationships.

  • Presence – How can our partner relate to someone who isn’t there? Many problems stem from the feeling that somebody isn’t there for them, literally or emotionally. The next time your partner talks, focus on bringing your full attention to them.
  • Anxiety – Untreated anxiety can take a major toll on a relationship. CBT can result in lessened anxiety, allowing the person to feel greater relief. This, in turn, can mean greater harmony for a relationship.
  • Sleep – Nearly a quarter of U.S. adults have suffered from bad sleep in the last month. This leads to crankiness and general impatient feelings, which is a recipe for disaster in our relationships. CBT can help you sleep more soundly, which should positively impact your interactions.

Sooner or later, you are going to grow tired of feeling tired. Fortunately, the right treatment with Dr. Jay R. Goldman can make a major difference in your life. He has helped those with insomnia, chronic pain, nightmares, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and other related issues move on with their lives, and he is ready to help you, too. The good news is that you don’t have to suffer in silence for another day. Contact Dr. Jay R. Goldman, today, and set up your appointment.

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