I don’t need to tell you how vital sleep is. We all need it, and when we don’t get enough of it, it’s tough. Dragging in to work, having trouble concentrating, physical fatigue, irritability, heightened emotional responses. It down-right sucks. All you want is to be able to sleep!

Hi, My name is Jason Ricci and I am The Sleep Hygienist, I have been teaching my clients to sleep better for years, and now I want to share that information with you,

Each week I'm going to bring you proven strategies in the field of Sleep Hygiene, interesting articles and studies in the field of Sleep, and some other interesting stuff as this site grows.

What is sleep hygiene? We’ll cover that in-depth in a minute. But the main thing you need to know about sleep hygiene is that it promotes healthy, restorative sleep. If you are having trouble sleeping; whether it be falling asleep, staying asleep, or both: this site is for you. I will teach you how to get better sleep.

Getting adequate sleep will make you feel more alert, improve your concentration and problem solving skills, improve your health, and improve your mood. There are many benefits to getting good sleep, but I’m betting the main one you are looking for is not feeling so tired all the time. You want to wake up feeling rested.

So, I’ve tossed the term sleep hygiene around a couple times. But what does it mean? Just like personal hygiene is important (brushing your teeth, combing your hair, etc), so is taking care of your sleep. You could say you are grooming yourself to sleep better.

There are a number of strategies that can be done to improve your sleep. Proven steps you can take to prepare your body for sleep each and every night. And most of them are not that hard.

Most people know some of them, though not nearly most of them. And most people do not practice good sleep hygiene at all.

Why is this important to you? Because if you aren’t sleeping well, chances are very good that you only need to adjust a few things to change that all around.

There are simple easy changes you can make to help you sleep better, and there are some longer-term, harder things you may need to address in order to improve your sleep. For some people, a few tweaks here and there are all that it takes. And for others, well, you will need to be more dedicated to this process.

So what are we waiting for? Click through this site and see what you can learn.

And above all, get a good night's sleep.

Happy Zzz's...

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