Tips for a restful slumber
WASHINGTON (ABC7) —
As if there wasn’t reason enough to get a good night’s sleep, a new study from Columbia University Irving Medical Center reports even mild sleep problems can raise blood pressure in women. This include poor-quality sleep, taking longer to fall asleep, and insomnia.
Not catching enough Zzzs also takes a heavy toll on our mind, body and relationship with others. So nurse practitioner Cynthia Thurlow offered support for a restful slumber.