Want to Reclaim your sleep?

Want to Reclaim your sleep?


How do we get “Rejuvenated Sleep” so we feel rested in the morning?  In a general sense, that means for most adults it is [7 to 9] hours at night. For example, we are [4] times more likely to suffer from poor focus and concentration if a person is Sleep deprived. Good sleep can improve brain function and concentration resulting in an ability to stay on task with greater creativity.   Also, quality sleep can improve our immune functions.   For example, those sleeping less than [7} hours a night are almost [3] time more likely to develop a cold than those sleeping [8] hours or more.

Let’s start with three of the most common “Sleep Disruptors” that can affect the quality of our sleep.  The goal is personalized comfort and support for a restful, undisturbed sleep.

  1. Waking up during the night or in the morning with hip and/or thigh pain: “Tossing and Turning” during the night suggests the body is telling us to move, attempting to improve blood circulation by relieving pressure points at different locations of the body. If a mattress is more than [10] years old (assuming a quality mattress was purchased initially), serious consideration should be given to the purchase of a new mattress.  A quality brand name mattress should have the benefit of the new technology that is designed to “relieve pressure points” that adjusts to the softer areas of shoulders and hips and at the same time providing firmer support for the lower back.


  1. Tips prior to going to bed:  The ideal bedroom temperature for sleeping is [68 to 70] degrees.  Eat no later than [3] hours before going to bed.  Late-night snacking diverts blood from the brain, instead the blood goes for nighttime digestion-causing disruptive sleep.  Avoid caffeine after [6] p.m.. Turn off the TV or mobile devices at lease [1] hour before going to bed.  The “Last Drink” should be [3 to 4] hours before going to bed.  Alcohol becomes a stimulant as it metabolizes.