031 // Improving Sleep One Simple Step at a Time

Health with Hashimoto’s is your free weekly podcast to discover true, simple, and sustainable tips to improve your energy and health.

The National Sleep Foundation published its 2023 Sleep in America Poll and I break it down today and share what YOU can do based on this information. During Sleep Awareness Week, learn to improve your health by focusing on one small change at a time. Setting a bedtime alarm and implementing a relaxing bedtime routine can pay huge dividends in your health—even as it relates to your autoimmune condition.

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Get the 2023 Sleep in America Poll results where they talk about how sleep impacts your mental health

Loopy phone case to “stop the drop”

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