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Author Topic: Sleep, Insomnia and Hepatitis C  (Read 6308 times)

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Sleep, Insomnia and Hepatitis C
« on: April 07, 2015, 03:55:05 pm »
Having some trouble sleeping since your diagnosis? Some Self-Help Tips:

  • Limit caffeine, soda, tea, chocolate
  • Avoid or cut back on alcohol and tobacco especially too close to bedtime
  • Go to bed the same time every night
  • Have a consistent routine when preparing for bed—brush teeth, read a book—this tells your mind and body you are ready for bed
  • Don’t go to bed hungry, but don’t eat a large meal too close to bedtime
  • Turn off your mind when going to sleep—try  relaxation techniques and tapes. If you cannot sleep, get up do something boring and go back to bed.
      For more, click here: http://www.hepmag.com/articles/2502_26897.shtml


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