Use our list of resources to ensure you get good sleep.
Good Sleep Guide
The handout provided by the National Institute on Aging focuses on the difference between sleep needed to feel awake and sleep needed to be healthy and offers tips for getting a good night’s sleep.
Common Sleep Problems
The National Institute on Aging booklet provides the latest science-based information about sleep. Learn about the types of sleep, common sleep myths, and practical tips for getting adequate sleep.
A complimentary handout from QK Consulting with information on how to get a good night's sleep and behaviors that contribute to poor sleep that should be avoided.
Normal Sleep Changes
Learn about insomnia, sleep apnea, periodic limb movement disorder, and other sleep disorders. Get tips on how to fall asleep and sleep better. The content is particularly relevant for older adults.
Produced by the National Institute on Aging the infographic explains the benefits of relaxation and mindfulness, including greater wellbeing, reduced stress, better sleep, energy, and depression.
Produced by the Greater Good organization in Berkley the infographic explains the benefits mindfulness on health and wellbeing, brain function, including memory, and neuronal regeneration
Produced by the National Institute of Health this brochure explains the risk of social isolation and loneliness and gives examples of how to stay connected to friends and family.
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