Common Millennial Habits To Avoid (Part 2)


Are you struggling to get enough sleep at night? If so, you are one of many people suffering from a lack of quality rest. However, regardless of whether you are dealing with insomnia, chronic pain, nightmares, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or another issue plaguing your sleep, you don’t have to accept this as your permanent reality. Dr. Jay R. Goldman is ready to get to work with you, and help you get to the root of whatever is bothering you. Overcoming your issue may be exactly what you need to start getting more restful sleep at night.

Last week, we discussed a few common habits for Millennials to avoid. Today, we continue our look with a few more things that can make this generation more stressed and less productive.

  • Sitting – Sitting has become a major issue in today’s society. We have all heard about the health dangers associated with a sedentary lifestyle, but this even includes an increased risk of anxiety. Make sure to get up and walk around at work, and get regular exercise.
  • Phone – With one study showing Americans spend an average of nine hours per day on their phones, this habit has grown into a huge entity. Unfortunately, increased screen time can increase anxiety, and more time on social media is associated with low moods and depression. Do your best to use it in moderation.
  • Work – Millennials can become more stressed and anxious when work seeps into their personal lives. Make sure you are able to truly “clock out,” by scheduling a consistent time to quit work by.

Much of today’s technology is fantastic, but it can also lead to a more stressful existence. And, this can certainly cross over into our sleep, making it harder to achieve. If you are suffering from insomnia, chronic pain, nightmares, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or another issue disturbing your sleep, it is time to do something about it. Dr. Jay R. Goldman has helped patients in your shoes before, and he is ready to help you next. Contact his office, today, and set up your appointment.

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