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Title: Sleep Better During Pregnancy
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Goal: this task will improve the frequency of the goal to get better sleep
Brian Golter published this Operative Task at isodoit.com under Lifestyle | Women
Doers: 3 | Form: Operative Task | Phase: Preparation | Type: Assessment | Level: 1 | Code:
Start: Dec 11, 2018 | When: | Duration: 8 Hour
Steps for Assessment: How well are you sleeping?
  • Steps | Unscheduled | Messages (0)
  • Form: Operative Task | Phase: Preparation | Type: Assessment | Level: 1 | Duration: 5 Minute
  • Between 1-10, how many hours of sleep do you average each night?
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  • Are you experiencing any medical conditions that could account for your lack of sleep? If so, let us know in the space provided.
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  • Are you currently taking any medication to help you sleep? If so, let us know in the space provided.
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  • Would you like to receive active, nutritive and cognitive isoBlogs that will improve your sleep?
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Steps:
  • Sleeping on a firm mattress is the first step in helping your body to relax.
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  • Because your body is running hot, cool the room with a fan or air conditioner.
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  • Limit your liquid consumption 2 hours before bed. Remember to drink more liquids during the day.
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  • When you do get up, turning on a bright light will make it more difficult to go back to sleep. Use night lights in your bedroom.
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  • If your mind is racing, take a hot bath or do some yoga before bed.
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  • If you cannot sleep, get up and do something until you are tired. Do not just lay in bed.
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  • Remember to do this isoBlog tomorrow before bedtime.
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