Making some simple but important modifications to your sleep hygiene—your everyday behaviors and circumstances surrounding your sleep and bedtime patterns—can help improve the overall quality and duration of your sleep. Consider these tips for getting a better night’s sleep:
When you have taken steps to improve your sleep hygiene but you haven’t seen positive results, your sleep problem may be more complicated. An ENT (ear, nose, and throat) specialist, or otolaryngologist, or a sleep specialist can discuss additional tests and treatments for more complex sleep disorders, and which options might be best for you.
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