Is sleep a constant battle for you, each and every night? You know how much sleep you’d like to get, but you don’t remember the last time it’s happened. In many cases, it may be insomnia, chronic pain, nightmares, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or another issue that is plaguing your sleep. And, the good news is that there are treatments available to get you back on the path to restorative sleep. Dr. Jay R. Goldman is ready to work with you, and get to the bottom of whatever is disturbing your life (and sleep).
It is time for students everywhere to head back to school. So, Psychology Today is back with tips on being ready for those early wakeups again.
- Diary – Have your child keep a sleep diary, and make sure it gets entries seven days a week. If they are sleeping longer on the weekends, they are probably paying off “sleep debts,” and need some weekly adjustments.
- Bedtimes – Most children need non-negotiable bedtimes, in order to get enough sleep at night. For example, if they have to wake up at 6:30, they need to go to bed by 10:30 to have any chance at eight hours of sleep.
- Noise – You aren’t doing your child any favors if you’re watching television loudly right as they go to bed. The noise will keep them up, and they may get interested in whatever it is that you’re doing.
During the school year, it can be hard for kids to get enough sleep. However, there are techniques that will give them a fighting shot at achieving this. And, for those suffering from insomnia, chronic pain, nightmares, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or another issue disrupting sleep, something needs to be done. Dr. Jay R. Goldman may have just what you need with treatment at his office. Contact him, today, and set up your appointment.
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