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  • Understanding the Connection Between Sleep and Overall Health

    Understanding the Connection Between Sleep and Overall Health

    Quality sleep is as vital to your overall health as diet and exercise, but it tends to be an afterthought during visits with your doctor. Talk to your doctor about your sleep problems and how you feel during the next day. He or she may be able to pinpoint other things contributing to your insomnia.

    Be sure to talk to your doctor about the
    quality of your sleep, how you feel the
    next day after a night of poor sleep, and
    how you feel the next day after taking
    sleep medications.


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    Take control of the conversation:

    • Share with your doctor how your sleep issues are affecting your life—both at night and during the day
    • Ask if your current treatment could be making you feel groggy the next day
    • Tell your doctor if youre ready for a change

    Start the conversation—complete the
    DayAfter Insomnia™ Discussion Guide.

  • How Sleep, Diet, and Exercise Work Together for Good Health

    How Sleep, Diet, and Exercise Work Together for Good Health

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    Start with sleep

    Sleep helps the body maintain general health and provides the energy you need during the day.

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    Fuel up

    A nutritious diet provides the nourishment you need to function properly and maintain energy.

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    Work out—wind down

    Regular exercise can help maintain muscle tone, reduce stress, and improve your cardiovascular health. And, yes, it can also help you sleep.

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  • Healthy Sleep Means Getting the Right Amount of Good, Quality Sleep

    Healthy Sleep Means Getting the Right Amount of Good, Quality Sleep

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    Put insomnia to rest

    Your doctor may suggest a variety of ways to help manage your insomnia, including:

    • Over-the-counter medications
    • Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) CBT-I is a form of talk therapy. It helps you identify and address certain thoughts and behaviors that may be causing your sleep problems.
    • Prescription medications Some insomnia treatments may leave you feeling groggy during the day. If you're currently on medication and still aren't sleeping well or are feeling sluggish the next day, it's important to tell your doctor.

    Tell your doctor if you experience any of the following:

    • Trouble falling and/or staying asleep
    • Waking up groggy
    • Feeling confused or impaired
    • Difficulty going about your normal routine