Lauri is the founder and President of one of the largest independent sleep diagnostics centers in Arizona with the facilities to diagnose and treat a variety of sleep-related issues such as insomnia, sleep walking, snoring, and more.
Sleep in a straight position with your arms down by your sides, and on your back, if you can. You're less likely to pull a muscle or displace a rib (a more extreme scenario) if you aren't stretched out. Sleeping on your back also helps alleviate neck, shoulder, and back pain.31 October 2021
Things like poor self-discipline, overcommitting, not creating a schedule, or sticking to healthy habits can all cause us to procrastinate sleep.31 October 2021
Think of your sleep as your energy source for your brain and body. If we don’t plug in our cell phones, it doesn’t get us through the day. If you don’t charge your body’s battery, eventually it will run down…or not work well.31 October 2021