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by Keira Azzopardi and Sarah Goodfield Weinstein, OT Reg. (Ont.) Occupational TherapistsImage via goodnightsleepsite.comSleep is an essential part of rest and recovery, and is a major player in contributing to our physical and mental health, cognitive functioning, and work performance. Often, we only start paying close attention to our sleep when it becomes difficult and starts impacting energy levels throughout the workday.Everyone varies in terms of the number of hours they require for a restful and restorative sleep. Without adequate sleep, you may start to notice reduced concentration and difficulty remembering things, mood changes, difficulty coping with stress, and reduced activity tolerance. Not only can working to improve your sleep help to manage these symptoms, but integrating sleep hygiene strategies can also be a preventative measure to maintain your physical and mental health.The good news! There are some helpful tips and tricks to improve and maintain restful and restorative sleep so you can function at your best.
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