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  • Research suggests most adults need about eight hours of sleep per night to maintain good health. Lack of sleep can increase your risk for accidents, weight gain and chronic diseases, and impair your memory
  • The “sleep onset latency test” developed by the late Nathaniel Kleitman, Ph.D., can help you determine if you're sleep deprived
  • While sleep problems can be caused or exacerbated by a number of different factors, three that are frequently overlooked are your sleep position, light pollution and exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF)
  • Research has shown that the more time you spend on electronic devices during the day, and especially at night, the longer it takes to fall asleep and the less sleep you get overall
  • One of the easiest ways to avoid nighttime EMF is to pull the circuit breaker to your bedroom before going to bed. Another really simple remedy is to turn off your Wi-Fi at night

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This article is part of the 30 Day Resolution Guide series. Each day in January a new tip was added to help you take control of your health. For a complete list of the tips click HERE

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