Use your 5 senses to help get better sleep...

Start using your 5 senses to help you sleep better?

Sight- the amount of light in your room can affect your sleep?

Smell- people get better sleep on sheets with a fresh scent?

Sound- white noise, or a soothing and steady background sound can help you sleep better.

Taste- the things you eat and drink close to bed time can make or break your restful sleep.

Touch- did you know that a cool room is just as important as comfortable bedding?

*Read the full article at the National Sleep Foundation website.

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