Have you noticed that getting a good night’s sleep is getting tougher as you age? Well you may not be alone. According to ‘everydayhealth.com’ there are many older adults that are less satisfied with their sleep than when they were younger.
Why is this a big deal? Because getting a good night’s sleep is vital for your health and for keeping your hearing strong. Sleep helps strengthen the brain and improves blood flow. A strong healthy brain is better able to distinguish sounds while good blood flow helps your ears stay healthy.
So what can you do to improve sleep? Toughing it out can lead to serious concerns. Fortunately ‘everydayhealth.com’ also has a great list of things you can do to help get a good night’s sleep.
The list includes-
- Have a consistent bedtime routine
- Limit your caffeine and alcohol
- Try to skip naps during the day
- Try relaxation exercises
The article has several more options. Taking action against hearing loss involves making positive changes in your life. Sleeping easy will help you stay positive and active in your efforts to live a happier and healthier life.
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Written By John Apgar, Marketing Coordinator