Common Millennial Habits To Avoid

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These days, people of all ages struggle to get regular sleep. After all, with so many different distractions, it can be difficult to practice good sleep hygiene. And, those suffering from insomnia, chronic pain, nightmares, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and other sleep issues may feel hopeless in their situation. However, the treatments available with Dr. Jay R. Goldman can help get you on the path to restorative sleep. He will help you get to the bottom of your issue, allowing you to move passed what has you stuck.

Millennials are no strangers to poor sleep. And, Psychology Today recently took a look at some habits worth avoiding, if they want to limit stress and lack of production.

  • Sleep habits – It can be very easy for Millennials to fall into bad sleep habits. These include going to bed at different times, not prioritizing sleep, and spending time on computers and phones before bed. Practicing a boring, calming pre-sleep routine can pay dividends.
  • Sustenance – Missing meals can lead to unsteady blood sugar, causing dizziness, confusion, anxiety and more. It is important to eat meals regularly, and stay hydrated throughout the day.
  • Coffee– While coffee can make people more alert in the short term, it can lead to jittery and irritable feelings. In fact, those with panic disorder and social phobia may have an extra sensitivity to caffeine. Try weaning off it slowly as you work to quit.

There is no doubt that it is worth practicing better sleep habits. When it comes down to it, a consistent lack of sleep can make all of life’s minor problems seem big. Fortunately, Dr. Jay R. Goldman is ready to get to work with you, helping you overcome your situation. He will do everything possible to get you back on the path to restorative sleep. Contact Dr. Jay R. Goldman, today, and set up your appointment.

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